Object Book
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Sunday, January 15, 2017
Unit 4 Central Parade Hoe Street Walthamstow London E17 9AH
Object Book

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Visit the HOME_OFFICE and make your own free passport-zine filled with your demands for Brexit to keep or send, at Object Book’s new home in Walthamstow.

Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th January 2017

11am to 6pm

Object Book

Unit 4 Central Parade
Hoe Street
Walthamstow London
E17 9AH

Responding to question of remaining in the single market and freedom of movement between the UK and EU, recent reports of British citizens potentially opting in for a EU citizenship, and the eventual change in colour from burgundy to bright blue – the passport as a necessary travel document for all nationals crossing borders, entering and leaving the UK and EU, has become a contentious issue shared by both sides of the EU referendum debate.

Make your own passport-zine by;
>>Taking your own instant snapshot in our photo booth

>>Learn, make and print passport-sized zine-booklets

>>Write and draw in UV ink

>>Embroider your own passport cover

>>Create digital responses such as photo/vlog/blogs

>>Learn how to make augmented reality virtual layers and digital touch-sensitive stickers unlocked via your smartphone

>>Share your demands for Brexit and meet other young, local creatives

>>Have your zine exhibited as part of an open exhibition
The workshops are FREE and drop-in anytime. The workshops take about 30 to 40 minutes, but please feel free to stay as long as you like. All materials will be provided.

Please register your interest on our Funzing (click the big red button above) so we can gauge participant numbers and tell us if you have any access issues

16+ and aimed specifically at under 30s but please don’t let that deter you from joining us, it’s an intergenerational project!

HOME_OFFICE attempts to make a Safe Space for both sides of the EU Referendum to debate on a critical level in order to plan together joint demands. A Safe Space is a place where anyone can relax and be able to fully express, without fear of being made to feel uncomfortable, unwelcome, or unsafe on account of biological sex, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, cultural background, religious affiliation, age, or physical or mental ability. A place where the rules guard each person’s self-respect and dignity and strongly encourage everyone to respect others.

HOME_OFFICE is a project devised by Sebastian H-W in collaboration with the artists of Object Book hosted at Meanwhile Space Projects, funded by Undivided Event Programme and Livity UK.

@SebastnHW @Object_Book #home_office #WeDemand

Object Book is a pop up experimental book arts studio, founded by artist Chloe Spicer, running a programme of community and artists workshops and events.

Meanwhile Space CIC is the pioneering social enterprise at the forefront of ‘meanwhile uses’. As the market leader in Meanwhile uses since 2009, Meanwhile Space designs innovative Meanwhile® solutions to vacant commercial space, working across sectors to deliver Meanwhile projects and strategies, operate affordable workspace, and deliver longer term Meanwhile developments.

WeAreUndivided will ensure that the voice of young people is not overlooked in the most significant process of our generation. Our campaign does not seek to reverse the referendum result, but instead to move forwards by setting out where we go from here as a country. Undivided will accept all demands from young people, and then manage a voting process to decide on the top ten demands as stated by UK 13-29 year olds.

Livity UK are a youth marketing agency. Our clients – including Google, Public Health England, Channel 4, NSPCC, the Big Lottery Fund and Barclays – get uniquely deep youth insights and a precious pool of young talent, energy and ideas. We work with young people everyday, who receive training, equipment, support and opportunities to build brighter futures.