I was casually shown this work today while taking in my first grad seminar. Being familiar with much of Oppenheim’s work – I was surprised I hadn’t yet encountered this 1971 work entitled Two Stage Transfer Drawing. I really love it.
“As I run a marker along Eric’s s back he attempts to duplicate the movement on the wall.
My activity stimulates a kinetic response from his sensory system. I am, therefore, Drawing Through Him.”
These are rather striking, wouldn’t you agree?
More of Carine’s wonderfully dynamic and elegant drawings here
Arn’t these beautiful?
I really enjoy all the fluttering movements and delicate moments where the lines transcend being part of one thing, and transform into another.
Born 1975, Lives and works in Tel Aviv
These rather sophisticated drawings are from Roper’s Accelerator seriese, the sculpture is from his Construct seriese.
More at www.jroper.co.uk
Quite fantastic work. The process is just as compelling as the finished product. Actually, I prefer to perceive the completed drawing as evidence for a physical happening, rather then a drawing in and of itself. See more by Tony Orrico here.
A diverse and interesting body of work by an artist who is clearly commited to his sketchbook. The strange dreamy quality evoked by the soft feathery lines of color within these portraits immediatly reminded me of Klimt’s Portrait of Marie Henneberg – and especially his Mada Primavesi (last two images)
This image signifies a single, mundane motion – repeated by 500 people. So bleek, so dramatic. you gotta see the video
See also: www.clementvalla.com
“Each new user only sees the latest line drawn, and can therefore only trace this latest imperfect copy. As the line is reproduced over and over, it changes and evolves – kinks, trembling motions and errors are exaggerated through the process.”
Watch the video at www.boooooom.com
Great typography. More by Mr. Brun at www.boooooom.com
Check out these sick constructions..taking figure drawing to a whole new level.
More at grafart.eu