DRN Temporal Drawing: Stillness & Motion Recording
Thank you to Serena Smith for chairing the second event in the Temporal Drawing series and to presenters Jo Lewis & Emily Carrington Freeman for their fascinating presentations and to everyone who attended the event to keep the dialogue around temporal drawing going.
The recording is available on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/528532903
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Many thanks these were both really inspiring presentations. I was enthralled by Emily’s account of how temporary ‘ghosts’ of Picasso’s drawings informed the final work. Jo’s use of water as a co-producer in her work really resonates with me in my environment and art practice using luminal space. Her talk leaves me wondering how her ideas develop if preparation extends to constructing a drawing in water soluble media on site as a first interaction which can then be committed to the water as a second time interaction?
Thank you for your comment Maggie, I will let Jo know you have a question for her.
Reply from Jo Lewis:
Thank for your question. The work in water is all make on site, in the natural body of water. Each project or series begins with a process of experiments in the water as I feel I am ‘getting to know’ that particular place and at this stage I try our different inks, scale of paper, physical gestures and locations. So there isn’t the distinction between on site ‘water soluble media’ and a ’second time interaction’.
Dear drawing research network,
I enjoyed the recording of stillness and Motion very much;
I have missed the following event in April but wondered if it was possible to listen to a recording of that as well,
Thank you for your message. I will be posting the recording from today on here soon and so you should be able to access it.