[Hyper]drawing is a research project.
Hyperdrawing is an opportunity for [fine art] drawing practice.
This Research Catalogue exposition documents ongoing research into Hyperdrawing: Hyperdrawing is an ambiguous practice. Hyperdrawing adopts a position, a perspective or viewpoint, that a lack of definition should be embraced and that ambiguity presents an opportunity. Hyperdrawing has the capacity to enable and sustain drawing practices.
Hyperdrawing adopts a position, a perspective or viewpoint, that a lack of definition should be embraced and that ambiguity presents an opportunity.
Drawing Disambiguation can be seen as the process of resolving the conflicts that arise when drawing is ambiguous. Our hypothesis is that Drawing Disambiguation could be established as a methodology for Hyperdrawing. The initial enquiry will take the form of a collaborative drawing, with text and image all being seen as ‘marks’, ‘lines’ and ‘gestures’ in a drawn dialogue / discourse.