Drawing can be seen to have its origins in the space between pictures and text. Perhaps at some point in history, drawing and writing may even have once been one and the same. In Overdrawn, ideas and processes connected with drawing are a starting point for both critical dialogue and artistic output. This exhibition explores the notion of expanded drawing practice as a process of hybridising and fusing a variety of concepts, media and techniques.
Overdrawn is a collaborative project between the Victorian College of the Arts and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
Kate Daw, Eleanor Lim Shan, Lou Hubbard, Raafat Ishak, Tan Chwee Seng, Nicholas Selenitsch Tang Ling-Nah & collaborators – Eng Kai Er, Audrina Goh and Jereh Leung The Machinist – Wendy Chua, Xin Xiaochang and Yuki Mitsuyasu