David explains his drawings as an exercise in eye-hand coordination:
“We warm up with 1 minute poses and work up to 5 minute poses by the end of the session… The music of this activity is found in the attempt to distill energy, gravity, light, motion and anatomy into a few lines and smudges on a page. This is an exciting and demanding exercise. I erase everything until I see a moment or a few lines that I believe feel honest and true. The erasing of drawings in between each pose is part of the rhythm of breathing life into the practice as it unfolds over the session.”
David’s drawings featured in our second year
issue, Elements in Creativity – Air, where
they fit perfectly as ‘art lighter than air.’
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