Carl Turner
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Cornelia Parker

Cornelia Parker

drawing crushed soda cans - Google Search

drawing crushed soda cans - Google Search

Multiple Views of an Object

Multiple Views of an Object

Take a simple object... split your page... draw a different section of the object in each bit...

Take a simple object... split your page... draw a different section of the object in each bit...

Pencil Drawing "Found object" sketching exercise

Pencil Drawing "Found object" sketching exercise

jessie brennan - Google Search

jessie brennan - Google Search

Jessie Brennan- Everything Meets Here

Jessie Brennan- Everything Meets Here

In 2010 London-based artist Jessie Brennan was invited by #ArtontheUnderground to conceive a project for local people that would resonate with Jacqueline Poncelet’s permanent artwork Wrapper for a new TfL building next to Edgware Road (Circle line) #LondonUnderground station. Everything Meets Here (2012), a large-scale pencil drawing of an imaginary landscape assembled from personal information, was the result. It evolved from Brennan’s extended dialogue with participating groups.

In 2010 London-based artist Jessie Brennan was invited by #ArtontheUnderground to conceive a project for local people that would resonate with Jacqueline Poncelet’s permanent artwork Wrapper for a new TfL building next to Edgware Road (Circle line) #LondonUnderground station. Everything Meets Here (2012), a large-scale pencil drawing of an imaginary landscape assembled from personal information, was the result. It evolved from Brennan’s extended dialogue with participating groups.

Andrea Joseph

Andrea Joseph

Released three weeks ago after a year on tour at various film festivals, Choros is the latest experimental art film from director Michael Langan the explores the movement of the human body, specifically the motion of dancer Terah Maher. Langan takes the next step using new digital innovations to layer some 32 sequential instances of a single movement and then stretch it out over time.

Released three weeks ago after a year on tour at various film festivals, Choros is the latest experimental art film from director Michael Langan the explores the movement of the human body, specifically the motion of dancer Terah Maher. Langan takes the next step using new digital innovations to layer some 32 sequential instances of a single movement and then stretch it out over time.