In the wake of change, identity can disintegrate. In this workshop, participants will be invited to take part in three phases: locating (where am I?), tending (holding space for what is past and what seeds we are planting) and sensing (what is emerging?). Individual art-making and installation will be followed by a phase of guided aesthetic response.
Heather Frayne is an expressive arts therapist. Much of her work is about un-becoming: the dismantling, deconstructing, dislocation of identity. Heather’s process is to flesh out found images after embodied expression. She begins by listening to her body, expressing intuitively, and then seeing what wants to emerge. Art-making becomes witness and rite of passage. Heather lives and works in Edmonton, AB.