Drawing Languages for Dissent, session four, 4th June 2020 William Kentridge on ‘Peripheral Thinking’ A Richie Lecture for Yale University Art Gallery, 13 November 2015Available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79FuROwzRvs What happens at the edges? Kentridge opens his lecture with the question “what happens at the edges?” and then starts talking about mangos. “I am aware this is of […]
CAS Research Group; Drawing Languages for Dissent
Monthly Mondays with Dr Yonat Nitzan Green sees 10 artists meet to read and discuss a text to explore the theory and practice of drawing and dissent in art. This is a space for them to share their notes, thoughts and images.
Selected paragraphs for Drawing Languages for Dissent 3rd sessionMonday, 4.5.2020, 10:30 – 12:30 THIS MONTH’S TEXT: Ed Krčma, ‘Cinematic Drawing in a Digital Age’, in Tate Papers, no.14, Autumn 2010, accessed 13 April 2020. (All paragraphs below were selected from Yonat Nitzan-Green’s summary of Krčma, 2010). Krčma seeks to conceptualize drawing in its relationship to […]
By Amanda Bates Drawing Research Group 2020 I had a think about exactly what a drawing language might be. Some of the following may seem really obvious, but it strikes me that sometimes we make assumptions about what other people might see as obvious. I’ve edited this a little since posting it on WhatsApp. An […]
By Amanda Bates – Drawing Research Group 2020 I was thinking about the term “cinematic”, and it occurred to me (probably as a result of my teenage daughter’s current interest in the Marvel Cinematic Universe) that comic books and graphic novels have a particularly cinematic flavour to them. I tried to use some of the conventions […]
A week after our 2nd Yonat’s Monthly Mondays – 06.04.20 and many drawings later a drawing finally popped out which I related to Janice Kirkby-Browns summary of Formative Force – “drawing is the form of the thought” thanks Janice. Working through drawing my thoughts of a form: View this post on Instagram A post shared […]
Drawing languages for DissentCAS Research Group with Yonat Nitzan-Green Text introduced by Janice Kirkby-Brown:Jean-Luc Nancy, ‘The Pleasure in Drawing’ (2013, p. 14). Fordham University Press. Kindle Edition. Jean-Luc Nancy wrote this book for an exhibition he curated at the Museum of Fine Arts in Lyon in 2007. ‘This book addresses the medium of drawing in […]
On Monday 6 April the CAS Research Group ‘drawing languages for dissent’ met on a combination of Zoom & WhatsApp to discuss the texts listed below. Janice Kirkby-Brown provided these texts and led the Research Group session. When sending these texts to the group Janice explained why they were important texts at this stage of […]
3:39amconversationalpoetry by me #kbwoodnews a trace of thread a paper petal shrined in powder fired becoming another_ a porcelain other to remain forevermore a reminder for us walking while talking of fragility found in a mother found in nature _ found in the spacebetween as we move through the Sandham stillness after dark in the […]
noticingthe cyclicalityof a line–vertical linesrounds in lineslines of colourtraces of me#reflectionswithinlooking without–#conversationalpoetry@kbwoodnews4 Mar 2020 CAS Research and Drawing GroupMaija on WhatsApp “I was talking to Karen today and Karen said: “We were talking yesterday about straight lines and I was looking at a photo of a big round pillar. There’s no direction in cyclical movement is […]
This will be the blog for the new CAS Research Group ‘Drawing Languages for Dissent’ www.chapelartsstudios.co.uk/DrawingGroup2020 CAS research Group ‘Drawing Languages for Dissent’First session (2 March 2020) Notes The following is a compilation of quotes from Tim Ingold (2016) Lines: A Brief History – Introduction; and comments made by the participants during the conversation. Ingold […]
Ready for our first meeting, the CAS Research and Drawing Group have been reading Tim Ingold’s Introduction to ‘Lines; A Brief History’. We have been drawn into a contemplation of lines, dots, traces and surfaces. Ingold says ‘non-linear’ in non-western or other-than-colonial thinking assumes that ‘life is lived authentically on the spot, in places rather […]
The CAS Research Group re-launches for its third year in the form of a ‘drawing and reading’ group: ‘Drawing languages for dissent’ Mar – Aug 2020. CAS Research Group; ‘Drawing languages for dissent’ will be an intimate and informal group, facilitated by your art-research mentor Dr Yonat Nitzan Green. Five monthly sessions, beginning in March, […]
On Monday 2 March the CAS Research Group ‘drawing languages for dissent’ will meet to discuss the following texts. At our first session we will read the second text and use it as a source for conversation.