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Drawing to activate dissent and reparation

article thumb - Hardeep Pandhal - Shading is half the context

Hardeep Pandhal - Shading is half the context

Summary

This discussion will be hosted live on Zoom 6-7pm GMT, Tues 15th June, with live subtitles provided by Stagetext.

Date & time

Date:15 June 2021

Time:6pm to 7pm

Event Details

Address:1-27 Rodney Place
London

Post code:SE17 1PP

Tickets:£6 - standard
£4 - Drawing Network members
£2- Unwaged

Telephone:02077082554

Description

Themes explored by the artists in their practices and in their drawings for Drawing Biennial 2021 include the reparative function of art.
A discussion surrounding the ability that art has to draw attention to inequality and injustices caused by racism, ageism and sexism, art as a call for action, and the celebration of every experience as a valuable experience.
In addition to drawing, the four artists work across a range of media including performance, writing, film, photography, animation, textiles and painting. Taking their contribution to the Biennial as a starting point, this conversation will tease out where drawing fits in, the important role it plays, how it intersects with other media and what drawing, or the activity of drawing, can do

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