GANDER is a collaboration between Victoria Turnbull and creative producer Natasha Freedman who share an interest in the gestures, rhythms, patterns and interactions of the human body in space. Their cross-disciplinary practice uses drawing and movement to explore ideas around how we look, and how we understand what we see. They lead creative projects and workshops that invite a multi-sensory engagement with the world, probing mulitple points of view and encouraging creative experimentation and critical thinking with students, young people and adults. Gander works with Dr Angela Brew, International Drawing and Cognition Research Network, Central Saint Martins, Royal College of Art, National Gallery, National Film and Television School, Central Film School and the Norwegian Film School.

Platzdeplay Phase 3

Drawing Symposium with Angela Brew
Chateau Lamostonie, France

Platzdeplay Phase 2
Stuttgart, London

On Looking
Across RCA, National Gallery, London

Otherwise – Drawing Life with Angela Brew
Thinking Through Drawing Conference, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City

Platzdeplay Phase 1
Acland Burghely School, London

Choreographing the body
National Film and Television School and the Norwegian Film School, National Gallery, London