D R A W I N G O P E N presents ON YOUR MARK!
an international drawing relay project asking the question; what is drawing, what can drawing be?
This collaborative project will bring together student-artists from various institutions of DRAWING OPEN International Research Community to explore the expansive nature of drawing practice. Participants will respond to each other’s work and idea’s within a relay structure, passing drawings from one country to the next. Each institution will document the works received and advance the work over two-month period. An exhibition will take place at each phase and location of the project after drawings are transformed.
There are no limitations on materials, processes or the forms the works take. Participants are encouraged to think broadly about what drawing is and/or could be.
The specified format for shipping is A4. Drawings may begin and evolve to any scale or format beyond A4 as long as they can be folded to A4 scale for transport.
Drawings from Syracuse University:
Starting the project are six graduate student works (all visible on this page) by Cady Spenser, Maya Stern, Darcie Brown, Katlyn Brumfield, Eric Mowen and Meirav Ong.
Drawings from Massey University:
The second lots of drawings came from students at Massey University, Aotearoa NZ: Annalise Spragg, Dani McIntosh, Izzy Hey, Ruby Malcom and Erin Kelly.
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA - Dec 2018
Massey University, New Zealand - Feb 2019
AUT (Auckland University of Technology) New Zealand - May 2019
L’Ecole Superieur de Grenoble/Valence, France - Sept 2019
Bath University, UK - Dec 2019
Finish + Final Exhibition
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