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Bruno-Humberto was a guest artist for Create's Learning Development Programme 2012 

We invited international artist Bruno Humberto to work with the student artists on the Learning Development Programme 2012. Bruno created a one day intensive workshop and training day in advance of the install for 'From Context to Exhibition' - considering points of perspective, ways of seeing and challenging how the viewer meets your work in a curated space.

Bruno Humberto

Director, Performer, deviser, musician.  He has collaborated with various performance artists and companies, as well as developing solo and site-specific works internationally in staircases, tunnels under the river, train stations, churches or mossy forests. He performs and writes for Karavan  Ensemble,  in Brighton, with who he did "A Ship of Fools" , "Anima" for Brighton Fringe, among others.  He is core member of Gazpacho Unlimited and collaborates often with Mouth to Mouth theatre company. Humberto  is part of the Orchestra Elastique, a music improvisation collective. Recently he has been researching on the theme of nothingness, through the performance Holding Nothing, presented recently at the ICA. He teaches  landscape performance to groups, and this year was commissioned to make the outdoor landscape theater piece Land for Gift festival.

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