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Peripatetic practices

Whitelegg, Isobel and Brett, Guy and de la Barra, Pablo León and dos Anjos, Moacir, TrAIN Research Centre, The Drawing Room (2011) Peripatetic practices. In: Travelling Lines: Drawing as an Itinerant Practice, 22nd - 23rd September 2011, Chelsea College of Art and Design. [Creative Arts and Design > Drawing] (Unpublished)
Creators:Whitelegg, Isobel and Brett, Guy and de la Barra, Pablo León and dos Anjos, Moacir
Group or Collective Creators:TrAIN Research Centre, The Drawing Room

Panel 3 at the Travelling Lines, TrAIN conference.

Drawing is enjoying a renaissance – in art education, art practice, curating and research. Drawing is on the move: while still subsidiary, it has become established as an autonomous art with a primary status. Travelling Lines brings together scholars, artists, curators and collectors to create an international forum to consider three key themes: itinerant modes of drawing by Latin America based artists that prioritise investigation and exploration, as line travels off the page and out of the studio into the environment; how the nomadic practices of artists necessitate conceptual and low-key strategies associated with drawing, an especially portable medium; and how itinerant and other modes of drawing circulate within the transnational circuits of the globalised art world. Focusing on one medium, speakers address how visual languages participate in, depend on, and travel across local as well as global territories.

The conference coincides with the exhibition The Peripatetic School: Itinerant drawing from Latin America, curated by Tanya Barson, Curator, International Art, Tate Modern.

Other Contributors:
OtherPitkin, Ellie
Type of Research:Conference, Symposium or Workshop Item (Other)
Additional Information (Publicly available):

Moacir dos Anjos, Research Fellow at the Fundação Joaquim Nabuco, Recife, Brazil and lead curator of the 29 Sao Paolo Biennale.

Isobel Whitelegg, Director of MA Curating at Chelsea College of Art and Design. She specialises in the history and theory of modern and contemporary art from Latin America.

Pablo León de la Barra is a London-based curator and writer

Guy Brett is an art critic, writer and curator, based in London who has been instrumental in making the work of Latin American artists accessible to a wider public. He has written extensively on contemporary art and curated several international exhibitions; he is currently Visiting Professor at University of the Arts London.

Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed:Transnational art
Your affiliations with UAL:Colleges > Camberwell College of Arts
Colleges > Camberwell College of Arts

Colleges > Chelsea College of Art and Design
Colleges > Chelsea College of Art and Design

Colleges > Wimbledon College of Art
Colleges > Wimbledon College of Art

Research Centres/Networks > Transnational Art Identity and Nation (TrAIN)
Date:September 2011
Copyright Holders:University of the Arts London (TrAIN)
Related Websites:http://www.transnational.org.uk/events/135-travelling-lines-drawing-as-an-itinerant-practice
Event Location:Chelsea College of Art and Design
Projects or Series:Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)
ID Code:4997
Deposited By:Ellie Pitkin
Deposited On:12 Mar 2012 11:25
Last Modified:12 Mar 2012 11:25
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