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Drawing Ambiguity : Beside the Lines of Contemporary Art

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This is the third book in the innovative TRACEY series on contemporary drawing. Drawing Ambiguity builds upon its predecessors, Drawing Now and Hyperdrawing, by proposing that a position of ambiguity, a lack of definition, is not only desirable within fine art drawing but also necessary - having the capacity to enable and sustain drawing practices. What happens if we are ambivalent to what is a drawing, or what drawing is? Russell Marshall and Phil Sawdon bring together multiple perspectives from within and without the fine art drawing field to respond to these questions. Contributors include artist Ilana Halperin, artist-researcher Deborah Harty, artist and founder member of the group Underworld Karl Hyde, the creative collaboration Kreider + O'Leary, artist, writer Michael Phillipson, artist, academic Rob Ward, editors Marshall and Sawdon together with an Introduction by the artist, writer and curator Derek Horton.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 252 x 252 x 10.16mm | 566g
  • I.B. TAURIS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1784530697
  • 9781784530693
  • 394,266

Table of contents

Preface
Introduction
TO DRAW: Drawing Draws Draward
Between Formation
The Idiom of the Mark
Trailing Temporal Trace
Particles of Moisture...
Honks, Horns, Howls & Laughter
Through Ambiguity... Toward [Hyper]Drawing
Artwork Details
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About Phil Sawdon

The TRACEY editors also produced Drawing Now (I.B.Tauris, 2007) and Hyperdrawing (I.B.Tauris, 2012).
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