Double Labyrinth

Edwin VanGorder: Autumn Contributions

Edwin VanGorder’s latest DRN contributions for Autumn 2015 include ‘Double Labyrinth’, ‘Fragments-Not fragments’ and ‘Salamander Seance’. Edwin’s drawings propose a sculpturally rounded frameworks as first step towards rediscovering an architectural or sculpturotectural poetic as best improvisation can devise.

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Philosophic Sketchbook

Edwin VanGorder’s book continues, variously on the theme of sites of language and dialectical modifications by the tangents of discourse. Drawing, as a motion sensor medium in the cyber realm.

Jerwood Prize

Jerwood Drawing Prize Autumn 2015

One of the finest showcases of British drawing talent is coming to London once again this Autumn: the Jerwood Drawing Prize, now in its 21st year. The Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK.


Phenomenology of Motion Sensor Drawing

The creation of the subject in philosophy as relating movement towards and away the object summarized by Berenson as “oscillation” but having deep PreSocratic roots in a sense of primordial chaos is hinted at in art for example in the famous Push and Pull analogy.

Sketchbook Symposium

The Sketchbook Today International Symposium

The one day event will provide an arena to debate and discuss the sketchbook; its use, role, purpose and how this has shifted and expanded historically through key note speakers and UoN academic staff on Tuesday 16th June.

Tiago Cruz Graphic Diary

Nãocoisas À Vista | Tiago Cruz Graphic Diary

Tiago Cruz teaches Visual Semiotics, Design Theory, Typography and Composition, at the University Institute of Maia. This article is an overview of his graphic diary not only as a tool to document reality but as a document in itself.

Rachel Grant Draw the Line (photo by Sid Scott)

Draw to Perform2 – International Symposium

Drawing performance is a stream of performance art in which artists create their artwork in front of a live audience while communicating with the viewers. The next symposium Draw to Perform2 will happen at NUMBER3 London on Sat-Sun May 16-17, 2015.

Found In Translation

Found In Translation: Gosia Wlodarczak Exhibition

FOUND IN TRANSLATION: DEAKIN UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY is the second installation in Gosia Wlodarczak’s ongoing Instruction Drawing project. This exhibition runs 28 April to 29 May 2015 at the Deakin University Art Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.


New academic book series: Drawing In (I.B. Tauris)

Russell Marshall, Marsha Meskimmon and Phil Sawdon (series editors) are pleased to announce the launch of a new book series dedicated to drawing: Drawing In.
The series is now open to receive book proposals.

Bridges ARE11

Drawing and Mirror of Marco

These drawings are considerations in cyber drawing of a transformative plane of consciousness in which the relation between diegetic and mimetic structure at the stress of the virtual connectivity give drawing a new chemistry of consciousness through the experience…

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