Everyday accretions. Drawn with light 2. Light detection drawing on glass. 30 x 20cm. 2022.

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Abstract

Belinda Mitchell is a visual artist and academic. Her practice is located in New Materialist thinking through Karen Barad and Jane Bennett and a diffractive methodology. She uses drawing as an expanded practice, as line, thread, movement, conversation, light to rethink architectural representations through everyday actions and material accretions.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherLoughborough University
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jun 2022
EventEcologies of Drawing: In Situ - Online
Duration: 22 Jun 202222 Jun 2022
https://www.lboro.ac.uk/schools/design-creative-arts/ecologies-of-drawing-in-situ/

Keywords

  • drawing
  • ecologies
  • New Materialism

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  • Matter of the Manor: material assemblages

    Mitchell, B., 21 Sep 2021

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  • Thresholds of the future

    Fielder, K. & Mitchell, B., 6 May 2019, Interior Futures. Brooker, G., Harriss, H. & Walker, K. (eds.). Crucible Press, Vol. 3. p. 138-150

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