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:
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.
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 […]
Additional text for CAS Research Group; Drawing Languages for Dissent 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 […]
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 […]
Maija Liepins, for CAS Research Group; Drawing languages for Dissent 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 […]
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.