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Spring 2019

Drawing as a method Editorial

Drawing as a research method: various perspectives

Falk Hübner

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Drawing as a method

Drawing Instruments drawing instruments. About drawing as a method of reflection

Veerle Spronck

In what way can drawing be a method of reflection? “Drawing Instruments”, an artistic research workshop, was organized in the Research Centre For Arts, Autonomy and the Public Sphere of Hogeschool …

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Drawing as a method Visual essay

City in Reverse. Painting on plastics

Karen Vermeren

The limestone quarry at Rüdersdorf close to Berlin provides the capital with stone that is then transformed in mortar, cement and concrete. In this way the geological landscape forms the basis of the …

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Musicography of architecture. Designing Music, Hearing the City

Murat Ali Cengiz

Murat Ali Cengiz is an architect as well as a jazz pianist and composer. In this article he traces the artistic development of architectural designs into graphic scores that form the basis for jazz …

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Drawing as a method Visual essay

How about a ghostwriter writing a deleted scene for an off screen character?

Karina Beumer

In a Woody Allen film we see a simple street scene in New York. It looks like a continuity shot, just made to provide a link between the previous and the next scene. The dialogue we hear seems to be …

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Relational drawing. The Artist as anthropologist

Anke Coumans

In the Ik zie ik zie wat jij niet ziet [I see what you don’t see] project art students draw portraits of people suffering from dementia. The student gets to know these people and the people close to …

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Drawing under constraint. About the drawing practice of Michelangelo and Mathew Burney

Senne Schraeyen

Just as Michelangelo Buonarroti (1476 – 1564) worked as a sculptor, painter, architect and poet, Matthew Barney (1967) switches smoothly between various contemporary art forms. The oeuvre of this US …

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Drawing as a method Visual essay

'When shall we three meet again’. Untranslatability as driver of artistic creation

Vincent Van Meenen

Traditionally the term untranslatable is used when it is impossible to precisely convey the meaning of a word or series of words in one language into another language. In this contribution the …

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Review

Soma or imagining the body

Nele Wynants

Oona Libens’ Scientific Shadow Theatre Nausea . Perf. Oona Libens on 14 November 2017 in les ateliers claus, Brussels. Photographer Laurent Orseau. Soma is the final work in Oona Libens’ trilogy of …

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