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Check out tributes and reminiscences on Friday April 25th, starting at 6:30pm. On Saturday April 26th hear a panel discussion and film screening from 10 am - 4pm. See a more detailed schedule HERE.
And don’t miss Lebbeus Woods, Architect at The Drawing Center, on view through June 15th.
Image: Lebbeus Woods
Read our Bookstore Manager Genevieve Wollenbeck on Henri Michaux: Emergences/Resurgences our Drawing Papers 14.
"Published for the first time in English to accompany the major solo exhibition, Untitled Passages by Henri Michaux (2000), Emergences/Resurgences, like many of The Drawing Center’s publications, is an object in its own right, with lasting relevance to artists, writers, and readers today. The synthesis of text and art in Michaux’s contribution to Sentiers resonates profoundly as equal parts soliloquy, poetry, confession, and treatise.”
Continue reading here.
Henri Michaux: Emergences/Resurgences is available via bookstore here.
In conjunction with the opening of Len Lye: Motion Sketch, The Drawing Center’s online gallery is featuring the work of experimental filmmaker Jodie Mack (born 1983; London, UK). In A Joy, Mack employs direct animation–a technique by which the filmmaker draws directly on the film–to explore the relationship between graphic cinema and storytelling and the tension between form and meaning.
A Joy, 2005
3m, 16mm, color, sound
A collaboration with Four Tet for Everything Ecstatic (Domino, 2005). Direct animation with stained-glass contact paper, ink, and acetate.
Clip of a Len Lye work screening in our Lab gallery. Opening is tonight until 8pm. On view through June 8. (at The Drawing Center)
Last September The Drawing Center hosted the world premiere of NOTATIONOTATIONS, a first-time collaboration between renowned, multimedia artist Susan Hefuna (b. Germany, 1962) and contemporary choreographer Luca Veggetti (b. Italy, 1963). NOTATIONOTATIONS posited the idea that if a line is the trace of a point in motion, then the human body moving through the space of the observed world is also a drawing.