Category Archives: performance drawing

Documentation of SEeAFAR

Foá + Hosea, Carali McCall, Anne Robinson, Sarah Sparkes, Thurle Wright Folkstone Triennial Fringe 29-31st August 2014 Deptford X 27th September – 5th October 2014       Curated by Birgitta Hosea He will not have been (a) present but he will have made a gift by not disappearing without leaving a trace. (Jacques Derrida in […]

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SEeAFAR: 27th Sept – 5th Oct 2014

Fresh from the Folkestone Triennial Fringe, this touring exhibition curated by Birgitta Hosea brings together new work from Foa + Hosea, Carali McCall, Anne Robinson, Sarah Sparkes and Thurle Wright. Using a range of media – drawing, animation, performance to video, light installation, painting and collage, the works engage with living with the constant presence of […]

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SEeAFAR: 29-31st August, Folkestone Triennial Fringe

Taking place in a former waiting room for the Folkestone ferry, SEeAFAR features six artists – Foa + Hosea, Carali McCall, Anne Robinson, Sarah Sparkes, Thurle Wright – whose work manifests absence. Through drawing, painting, installation, performance and moving image, these artworks recall the perspective of generations of women living in a state of unknowing […]

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Live Animation: animating in the moment

At the moment I am writing a paper on ‘Live Animation: animating in the moment‘ for the CAKE Conference and Festival next week and thinking about the links between performance drawing and animation, because the Dialogues of Performance III: Draw to Perform seminar is still fresh in my mind. While many animators might consider ‘animating […]

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Dialogues on Performance II: Drawing Performance – Performance Drawing

2-4pm, Weds 20th March, Central Saint Martins, London As part of the ‘Making Knowledge’ exhibition at Central Saint Martins, which presents practice-based research by staff, the second ‘Dialogues on Performance’ event is on the theme of performance drawing. Five speakers from a range of disciplines will discuss very different types of work that they have […]

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