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A Parliament of Lines – Aspects of Scottish Contemporary Drawing

Vincent O’Donnell interviews Euan Grey, curator of “A Parliament of Lines: Aspects of Scottish Contemporary Drawing”. In continuing the dialogue that RMIT Gallery has engaged with about the role of drawing in contemporary art practice, the drawing exhibition A Parliament of Lines questions what constitutes a drawing, exploring its boundary with painting, animation and photography.

In the 21st century, drawing has a renewed importance in the art world and A Parliament Of Lines: Contemporary Scottish Drawing, aims to explore how drawing is being used in contemporary art practice.

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Exhibition 27 Jun 2013 – 17 Aug 2013

A Parliament Of Lines

In the 21st century, drawing has a renewed importance in the art world and A Parliament Of Lines: Contemporary Scottish Drawing aims…

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Three drawing exhibitions at RMIT Gallery

Artists discuss the importance of drawing in the three drawing exhibitions at RMIT Gallery: 28 June – 17 August 2013 A Head…