Ensayo visual. Ejercicios de pensamiento (1,2,3). 2014

Ejercicio de pensamiento (1)

Ejercicio de pensamiento (1)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

Ejercicios de pensamiento

 

Para tener un dibujo es necesario tener dos puntos y algo que los conecte, real o incluso solo imaginado.

De igual manera sucede con el pensamiento, con una historia o con un diálogo: Es necesario tener dos conceptos, dos eventos, dos identidades, una pregunta y su respuesta.

 

Con esta premisa y la definición de dibujar en su vocablo en inglés (causar, formular, inhalar, concluir, evocar, sugerir, empujar...), este proyecto toma forma en el ejercicio de hacer y de documentar.

Casi un acto performático de la evolución de una idea, es también la memoria del acto creativo.

"One of several events can happen between two sites and thus serve to connect them. In other words, in order to have a drawing, it is necessary to have at least two sites (two points) and something that brings these together (lines). This means that drawing can then be thought of as a manner of acting: performing, playing or behaving. For some people, this might seem logical. However, when translated into Spanish, my native language, the verb ‘to draw’ means to make lines and to depict.

 

When I realized the difference between drawing’s meanings according to the language used I decided to utilize this in the initial steps of my research. I, therefore, employ as a basis the meaning of “to draw” and what this implies regarding its English definition: to cause, to formulate, to move, to bring, to inhale, to distort, to appeal, to conclude." 

 

Cita de mi tesis de la maestría:

MA: In-between-ness

Escuela de artes de Utrecht

Países Bajos

1/1