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Yto Barrada, Untitled (Be-Pu-P/Pu) (detail), 2023 © Yto Barrada


Emergent Patterns

Drop-in Family Workshop on the Occasion of Yto Barrada: Bite the Hand

Saturday, Apr 27
11 AM – 1 PM
5 Hanover Square

Event Details

Drop-in family workshop on the occasion of Yto Barrada: Bite the Hand
Saturday, Apr 27
11 AM – 1 PM
Suitable for ages 5+


5 Hanover Square, W1S 1HQ

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This workshop is free, but we encourage registering for a timed slot


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Join us for a workshop inspired by the themes of nature, materiality, and colour in Yto Barrada’s textile works.

This drop-in workshop will include multiple stations for families to engage in throughout the session. After connecting with the space, families will be invited to take part in activities building on their response to the exhibition—including collaging, weaving, mark-making, printmaking, and textiles.

Central to Chahine and Dhiyandra’s practice is a commitment to expanding a creative learning experience beyond the drop-in session. In the spirit of Barrada’s practice, they will be creating a “How-to” guide; inspiring children and their accompanying grown-ups to continue engaging in self-led activities and extend the creative experience of the exhibition at home.

This workshop is part of the gallery's Culture & Equity initiative. Find out more here.

Chahine Fellahi

Chahine Fellahi (b. 1994) is a Moroccan artist and facilitator based between London, UK, and Casablanca, Morocco. Her practice revolves around the politics of archives, exploring relations and borders between the materiality of media and the making of memory.

Chahine delivered participatory projects in collaboration with a number of institutions in Morocco and the UK, including Le 18 in Marrakech, the Cinémathèque de Tanger, the Arab British Centre and Castlefield gallery in Manchester. Her most recent projects include Play Lab: Water Binds Us, a family commission at the Mosaic Rooms in London and the Wonder Club, a young people’s programme developed in partnership with Brighton & Hovemuseums, videoclub and Corridor.

Chahine is also the co-founder of Kimiã, a collective dedicated to experimental practices in film, photography and media arts in Morocco.

Dhiyandra Natalegawa

Dhiyandra Natalegawa (b. 1991) is an Indonesian Creative Educator and Producer born and raised in Brent, London. Throughout the last decade, she has devoted herself to the practice of Art Education as a vehicle for social change. She has been committed to designing, facilitating, and producing programmes that can raise the aspirations, creative confidence, and inclusive experience of underserved communities.

In 2021, after securing Art Council England’s ‘Develop Your Creative Practice Arts’ grant she focused on developing alternative ways to ethically design community art projects/programmes through collaboration. This development period created a blueprint from which she developed creative programmes with young people, families, and schools with organisations like Somerset House, Art Night, Artangel, and the Museum of London.

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