Drawn-Out: trace and catharsis

Drawn-Out: trace and catharsis explores the act of encountering intense states of the body as an experience of catharsis. By re-creating and enacting intense psychological, emotional and physical states in performance art, artists may elicit a sense of empathy in the viewer or audience. Drawing from Aristotle’s notion of catharsis and Amelia Jones’ theories of […]

Time trace: A drawn perception

Image which shows the first page of the research article titled, Time Trace: A drawn perception by Brooke Leigh. This article from the journal Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice, volume 1, issue 2, published by Intellect Books UK.

If drawing is the trace of an action, and action is transitory, could drawing then exist as a perception of time in space? ‘Time Trace: a drawn perception’ investigates the tactility of the drawing discipline specifically within the context of performative practices. The article aims to discover the act of drawing as a way of […]