DRAWING OUT 2012

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DRAWING OUT: 2012 is a transdisciplinary conference and collaboration between RMIT Melbourne & The University of the Arts London.

Working with the assumption that drawing is not simply a way of thinking and communicating but an integral part of our everyday and professional lives DRAWING OUT: 2012 will address, how drawing functions as a part of literacy through three themes; Drawing and Notation - Drawing as Writing – Drawing: recording and discovery . see more: http://thecentrefordrawingual.wordpress.com/

DRAWING AS INTERVENTION: SITE SPECIFIC ART AND THE TRANSLATION OF MEANING.

The transformation of meaning generated via drawing as mark making into the land itself is demonstrated through an environmental site-specific collaborative artwork.

Kirklees College Ceramics Video Sketchbook Sally Hargreaves

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In this video Sally Hargreaves begins by describing the role of sketchbooks in her

The Humanity of Drawing: An artist's journey

THE HUMANITY OF DRAWING; AN ARTISTS JOURNEY

Emma Febvre-Richards

E.R.Febvre-Richards@maseey.ac.nz

 

Writing With Images: An Exploration Of How Images Speak Louder Than Words In The Graphic Story.

This paper explores the idea that in the graphic story or comics, drawing is a form of writing and not merely a substitute for descriptive words.

Discovering Notation Notating Discovery

In this paper I argue that a notational drawing practice demands means of discovering new notations in addition to ways of using notations to record discoveries.

SKETCH – Function and Expression in Urban Landscape Drawing

Sketches are graphic notations and as such comply with certain typologies depending on the type of information you want to translate, and the system of procedures used in the translation.

Marking Presence

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An Original Creative Principle

 

“An Original Creative Principle”

 

Drawing and Longing: Proposal for Drawing as Paratext

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