Can a drawing be rehearsed? William Platz

This exposition combines a practice-led research project titled 'Tullah and Tom: A Drawing Affair' with a reflective analysis of ‘performance drawing’—a tag deployed with increasing frequency in drawing research..

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'ANCHORAGE' constitutes a collaborative piece of phenomenologically inspired drawing research, undertaken by artists Joe Graham, Steven Dickie, and Chantal Faust. Comprising forty drawings plus a written text, the objective is to ‘outline’ an understanding of the phenomenon...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.254758

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This exposition investigates practice-as-research dynamics through a project titled ‘Shuttle’, from which emerged a practice of ...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.80218

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The affective qualities of surfaces (and the skin) in drawing operations, wedging clay, and video are developed in this research exposition by activating them with both the concept and the practice of exhaustion in emergent series...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.134510

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Alpha Juliet MacDonald

This is a report of an art-research project that started over four years ago. It concerns drawings made by a chimpanzee as part of a scientific experiment conducted in the 1940s. On the first page I summarise the background to my project, the discussion of drawing that provides a context, and the areas of enquiry that are exposed...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.49782

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