show: is a series of lunchtime talks convened by Oxford University IT services to celebrate the intersection between art and technology in digital media, providing a platform for university members and others to share the contributions they are making in this fast-changing arena.
My talk begins at the renewed critical scrutiny that practices of drawing have met with in recent years. 3D printing technologies have now begun to join the more established media of film and video to offer novel insights into the field. I will present a handful of my recent artworks to suggest some intersections between paper, screen, lens and modelling software as grounds for the figures they support. Read more..
show: Drawing and the Digital Ground
IT Services, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN
Monday 23 November, 12:30pm
Free, booking required; email me if you’d like to attend