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Enseignant-e : [[Christine Meisner]]
 
  
The Drawing has access to the inner and the outside world. It can trace the unconscious, relocate the absent and contextualize the never seen. It can evoke history. Transforms memory into the present and project the future. It’s a key to understand different aspects of the human condition, reenacts how things came into being. The pencil serve as a tool of appropriation and creation, the line re-reads anew the obvious or invents a new path. Drawing can be fiction or fact, unreal real landscapes. It can be a tool of examining political aggregates, understanding the social body. It can create and question the document. It is the medium, which capture and depict unlimited imagination in the instantaneous way. Drawing is a process of gaining space and time - even one can draw a setting of its own possible escape.
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Conceptual Drawing considers drawing in itself as well as its extension to installation, text, video and sound. The class questions the tool, thinking and system of research in visual art, challenging the role and possibilities of image, content and display. The discussions are driven by a contemporary revision of global histories and a critical exploration of today’s migration of discourses and forms. During individual meetings each student reflects, questions and amplifies her/his practice and mindset. In this Master class of two years students strengthen the position of their work, defending it against reasons and doubts, blankness and limits.
  
 
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Version actuelle datée du 29 août 2019 à 10:26

Enseignante : Christine Meisner

Conceptual Drawing considers drawing in itself as well as its extension to installation, text, video and sound. The class questions the tool, thinking and system of research in visual art, challenging the role and possibilities of image, content and display. The discussions are driven by a contemporary revision of global histories and a critical exploration of today’s migration of discourses and forms. During individual meetings each student reflects, questions and amplifies her/his practice and mindset. In this Master class of two years students strengthen the position of their work, defending it against reasons and doubts, blankness and limits.