Inspired by “Noa Glazer: Level Loophole,” currently on view at the Center, the upcoming Saturday Kids Lab will focus on modern and contemporary sculpture made with soft materials. First, we will visit the exhibition that features soft sculptures made of materials such as felt and cotton, materials created and ‘processed’ by the artist in different ways. The kids will explore the works included in the exhibition and try to decode their origins and sources of inspiration. Then we will move to our Educational Hub, where we will view artworks by other artists who have worked with soft materials through the mediums of sculpture and installation. And finally, the kids will use recycled fabric and clothes in order to create their own soft artworks.
The Saturday Kids Lab is led by CCA Tel Aviv-Yafo Educational Manager Eden Bannet for children between 6 and 10-year old.
French Fries and Ketchup, 1963
Vinyl and kapok on wood base, 26.7 × 106.7 × 111.8 cm
Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; 50th Anniversary Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Meltzer
© Claes Oldenburg
Saturday Kids Lab | Soft Sculpture
June 21, 2019