Archives for the month of: May, 2013

Angela Gooliaff studies the process of creating new shapes via the repetition of recognizable biological forms, such as ants.

She is featured at present on ARTBOMB on line auction,

Have a look at her research and process.

My work at DRAWinternational is centred around the experience of plucking a bird for the first time, a pheasant. The awkwardness with which I completed this previously “routine” task, is the inspiration for a new drawing project. I’ve documented the process, and categorized and documented its trace—the feathers. I aim to describe the pheasant itself, as well as the action of plucking.
Relying primarily but not solely on the motion of plucking, I continue to work into the drawings using charcoal, eraser and graphite. I aim to merge the drawing process (the doing—faisant) with the subject matter (the pheasant—faisan).

Open studio presentation.

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