Small Worlds: An Exhibition of Wall Drawing
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Small Worlds is an installation of wall drawing that explores the possibilities of shape and colour through repetition and scale. Combining drawing materials with printmaking techniques, I use my hands and body to replace the printing press in the creation of unique, yet reproduced shapes. Movement and rhythm are initiated by repetition, and through colour there is the opportunity to examine the relationship between the viewing experience and perception, cognition, and sensation. I am interested in the subjective experience of the visitor, and how both the brain and the body are involved in the relationship between the artwork and the audience.
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Elisabeth Little (2015). Small Worlds: An Exhibition of Wall Drawing. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/9310