Graham, Joe (2015) ANCHOR. Drawing Theory . Marmalade Publishers of Visual Theory, London. ISBN 978-0-9933373-0-7Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy)
Abstract / Summary
Marmalade Publishers of Visual Theory presents a drawing research publication edited by Joe Graham:
Fourteen responses to the question: what is an outline?
As a piece of practice-led research formed across drawing, print, photography and text, ANCHOR questions the idea that the phenomenon of outline can be defined in the traditional sense.
Instead, ANCHOR poses an alternative mode of reply: anchoring it according to the manner in which the phenomenon of outline ‘appears’. Rather than present a singular answer that defines a narrow understanding, ANCHOR seeks to outline a wider interpretation across a range of contributions.
With contributions from: Andrew Hewish, Chantal Faust, Claude Heath, Deborah Harty, Gemma Anderson, Gordon Shrigley, Kelly Chorpening, Paul McDevitt, Phil Sawdon, Steven Dickie, Thomas Falstad, Tom Morton and Virginia Verran.
Book design by CHK Design, London.
All work copyright the individual contributors.
Design copyright CHK Design.
|Subjects:||Arts > Drawing
Philosophy & Psychology
|Courses by Department:||The Falmouth School of Art > Drawing|
|Depositing User:||Joe Graham|
|Date Deposited:||11 Jan 2017 10:35|
|Last Modified:||28 Feb 2017 13:26|
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