Exposition

Searching for Catalysts in the Practice of Drawing (2019)

Tero Heikkinen

About this exposition

In this exposition, I discuss my recent exploratory drawing practice, with a background in design drawing. I have chosen to study and understand three-dimensional forms through drawing. Animation is looked at as a catalyst with which the forms and the task become better understood. I am looking at the alternation or tension between these ends: lines and shapes, still images and animations, while designing the shape of a hand and discussing what it is to know the shape of an object for the purposes of drawing.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsdrawing, practice-led research
date09/04/2018
published14/06/2019
last modified14/06/2019
statuspublished
share statusprivate
licenseCC BY-NC-ND
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/455912/455913
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/ruu.455912
published inRUUKKU - Studies in Artistic Research
portal issue10.


Simple Media

id name copyright license
455917 Legosketch Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
455920 image_fist Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
455923 image_twin Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
455953 animation1 Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
455957 animation Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
475831 squeeze_a3 Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
475845 fingerless Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
475850 rotation Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
476509 hand2 Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
476565 hogarth_less Watson-Guptill, Burne Hogarth CC BY-NC-ND
476587 hands_articulate Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND
645467 fingerless3 Tero Heikkinen CC BY-NC-ND

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