Endurance Drawing is the idea of forcing drawing activity out for an extended period of time and/or producing an excessive amount of drawings.
The last Endurance Drawing was on Monday 16th July on the Fourth Plinth Worcester.
It questions the ideas that an artist is a genius inspired by a muse and looks at the role of the artist as a generator of ideas and imagery.
The first time I used endurance drawing was during a show called Drawings from the ivory tower in which I was inspired by the story of Rumplestiltskin who forced the Princess to turn straw into gold. I attempted turning paper to gold. Locked in an Ivory tower for 3 days, forced to make 100 drawings a day.
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Endurance Drawing now has it's own Blog which you can upload your own venues, photos and films if you want to take part. Find it at http://endurancedrawing.blogspot.co.uk/
For more information or just an informal chat please e-mail Jain on firstname.lastname@example.org