They each relate to a drawing/contact event. I write about them in evernote and in my sketchbooks but nowhere online.
They develop out of tracing and moving pages, a curiosity how an event translates successively into mark. This translation involves much editing over a series of stages after the drawing.
I made a talk-through the idea and books here:
(there are a few more events to process in this form; should I consider it strong enough — I like how it allows me to move important events into this project; am I concerned that noone knows them?)
I started three interactive/performative processes during BoW 3:
- wild herbarium (autumn 2019 edition); and
- Die Luke (hatch)
This post concerns the latter and presents a draft idea for a self-print zine, folding instruction (1 page A4, double-sided) and an invitation to a little hide and seek investigation, and potential follow-up.
The idea is to make a single, two-sided zine for participants to print out and fold and to investigate their familiar surroundings to find some locations, to record some associations and to invite to show/share with me.
It follows ideas around un/familiar in day-to-day spaces and ideas of escapes or stepping into elsewhere (though one of the images currently doesn’t offer an escape, but literally, warmth).
The zine construction is as follows:
The images I want to use are either drawn/photographs (and possibly overlaid on previously photocopied templates):
The instruction would be simple:
Find Die Luke and elsewhere
Record associations, observations
Do you want to share them? show me?
— some of the pages (mainly in chronological order) of the sketchbook.