‘30 Drawings, 30 days’, a short film

Remaining productive during this lockdown is proving curiously difficult. In normal circumstances, the opportunity to stay at home, without any interruptions, would be a fantastically rare, and welcome opportunity. I have no difficulty spending long periods of time alone, but this externally imposed isolation, has proved oddly inhibiting. I know I am not alone in having trouble focussing on my work. 


To counter this fog of dissipated energy, I set myself the task of making one pencil drawing a day, for 30 days. Some of them would take more than a day, some only a couple of hours. 


I have created a short film, where you see them in the order that they were made. 


I am usually quite dismissive of the idea that my state of mind shows in my work, but perhaps this film is quite revealing.









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