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Performing Drawology: Featured Artist: Joe Graham 03 February 2016

Joe Graham’s artistic practice engages in the production of serially developed drawing, employing processes and structures connected with seriality to ask questions about drawing across a range of media and materials.

His artistic research explores how serially developed drawing re-presents (‘records’) the successive nature of conscious experience, in order to query the assumption that ‘drawing records thought’. Scrutinising the process of drawing in close proximity to Husserlian Phenomenology, he examines ways to connect ‘drawing’ and ‘thought’ via the topic of temporality which underpins both.

In methodological terms, serially developed drawing describes a repeated form across a number of iterations. Within any given series an eidetic method searches for what the individual instance indicates is purely possible. Via this process a rhythm emerges: repetition and difference, within a temporal return.

Drawing described in phenomenological terms as: the diagram of thought.

RESIDENCE:
Tuesday 2 – Wednesday 3 February (inclusive)

DISCUSSION SESSION:

Wednesday 3 February, 3 pm – 4 pm

More info: www.joegraham.eu

IMAGE: Joe Graham, Performing Drawology

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