‘We only see what we look at. To look is an act of choice.’
- John Berger, Ways of seeing.
Hannah invites you, one at a time, to join her in the gallery, at a desk specially made for two people to draw each other.
A simple occasion to notice the looking that drawing allows and the difference it makes.
You can participate in this evolving one-on-one performance, open to all experience on:
Sunday 2nd April, Sunday 23rd April, Sunday 7th May
On each day Draw To Look will run:
11am, 11.20am, 11.40am, 12noon, 12.20pm, 12.40pm, 2pm, 2.20pm, 2.40pm, 3pm, 3.20pm, 3.40pm, 4pm, 4.20pm, 4.40pm
Booking to experience Draw To Look (10min) is essential and ticket includes entry to the Drawn 2017 exhibition on day of performance.
Please arrive 5 minutes before your booked performance time and we recommend viewing the exhibition afterwards.
Draw To Look is a new participatory work developed especially for the Drawing Lab at DRAWN 2017, inspired by the RWA building and spaces it consists of a specially made drawing desk, a one-on-one performance and an evolving exhibition.
Draw To Look is presented in association with MAYK and supported by Royal West of England Academy and Arts Council England. With Thanks to Loft 6D, Interval, Cove Park, and the writings of John Berger and Tania Kovats.
Dramaturgy by Alice Tatton Brown
Design assistance from Alexander Stevenson
Produced by Katherine Hall
Image credit: Paul Samuel White