Tentatively, the proposal for Drawing Discourse is as follows:
The exhibition will be divided into two sections:
a) Actually Drawing and
b) Actually Discourse
Drawings will be exhibited like an ordinary drawing exhibition, perhaps with some descriptive texts.
Some drawings are exhibited with texts, xeroxed documents, books, and other paraphernalia, without which the discourse between the viewers and the drawings would be incomplete or inaccurate.
The focus of the exhibition would be on the discourse section rather than the drawing section.
1. Three great artists - Duchamp, Tapies, and Huang Binhong - meet at a drain cover overgrown with weeds. (The Drain Cover Discourse)
2. A joss burner, a pile of firewood, and a wall are linked to Dogen, Ozu, and Sengai. (The Circle-Triangle-Square Discourse)
3. A black and white image of an open grave which looks like a photograph is actually a drawing. (The Open Grave Discourse)
4 years ago