Thursday, 27 February 2014

COLLABORATIVE DRAWING PROJECT AT ST CLEMENTS CHURCH IPSWICH




Today I spent the afternoon with local illustrator Hannah Farthing working on some site specific (St Clements Church, Ipswich) drawings. After walking around the church we were intrigued by the surface of the exterior of the church and swiftly decided to experiment with drawing this out before ending up taking rubbings of the stones. We then progressed to create a drawing on a roll of paper, taking rubbings from half of the walls on the church.

Not satisfied with just a drawing we then decided to document the drawing on location by filming the movement of the drawing in the wind as well as in different locations outside the church. See below:




Close up shot of the drawing rolled across a bench



Close up shot of one of the walls


Photograph of Hannah holding the drawing in the wind


Close up shot of the drawing


Photograph of Hannah holding a drawing of rubbings of different surfaces 


Photographs of the drawing in different locations on the grounds of the church
















Videos of the drawing moving in the wind:
















Flickr slideshow:



Video filmed by Hannah Farthing:




Photographs by Hannah Farthing:









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