As an artist in residence at Draw International I developed a body of work investigating hand drawn gestural mark making in combination with live digital drawing. Incorporating elements unique to Caylus, France resulting in site-specific installation in Vitrine that overlooks the market square. I made drawings of the villagers during the day and experimented with digital projections in the evening. A progressive drawing installation work combined my observations and interest on Medi-evil surfaces and ancient stonework combined with the people of Caylus. This project investigates time, space, and movement as narrative and intends to avail an opportunity and a possibility for interaction way through experiential making and play. Identifying and unraveling notions of public and private space via drawing, I explore the interconnected experience of human engagement and hope to perform a public work.

 

 

Photos John McNorton DRAWinternational