Putting a painting in a box to travel, functioning both as frame and drawing board for an audience. Sharing and repeating my own process: responding to / copying a selected painting. Drawing sheets for different venues / time spans. Form to note contributor’s names. The set-up is flexible and mobile, response conditions may be adjusted and varied, maintaining the rule that there always need to be at least two, who respond together.
The set-up works well for smaller, one-on-one collaborations, as an opportunity to stand and draw and talk.
Set up in a public space the drawing panes become a public location, the shared responsibility of all, like other public spaces, with responses reaching from tender or timid contributions (if any) to vandalism over night (when no one is watching).
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