Traction talks art and science

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Traction Magazine talks art and science with artist Jane Grisewood

interviewEd by editor SUSIE PENTELOW
READ FULL INTERVIEW: Traction Magazine INTERVIEW

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On Duration

JG on duration

Performance Research, Volume 17 No. 5 October 2012
Published by Routledge ISSN 1352-8165 (print) ISSN 1469-9990 (online)
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LINE DIALOGUES: MARKING TIME AND PROCESS
Jane Grisewood and Carali McCall
The artists’ pages in Performance Research journal’s On Duration October issue present images from our performative-based art practice, which interrogates the relationship between drawing and performance to explore themes of duration, movement and the transmission of energy. The repetitive and continuous action of mark-making in the one to two-hour performances identifies the body as a tool to stretch time and record temporal presence, while challenging how the body experiences duration through drawing. Carali and I have collaborated on drawing performances in the UK and abroad for six years, most recently the two-hour Line Dialogue 5 at the opening of the ‘Again and Again and Again’ exhibition, Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada (view also Again and Again post).