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Briefing for hunstanton wednesday

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presentation given to ba textile students on a week long trip to hunstanton about drawing in the landscape

presentation given to ba textile students on a week long trip to hunstanton about drawing in the landscape

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  • 1. Briefing for HoptonWednesday - drawing task 1
  • 2. Nazca Lines
  • 3. Areadns thread
  • 4. Guy Debord - Situationists
  • 5. Richard Long
  • 6. Richard Long
  • 7. Andy Goldsworthy
  • 8. Andy Goldsworthy
  • 9. Sue Lawty
  • 10. Andy Goldsworthy
  • 11. Andy Goldsworthy
  • 12. Chris Drury
  • 13. Jim Buchanan
  • 14. Carey Young
  • 15. Walking With A Half Brick, 2007 Half-brick found near Liverpool Street Station and kicked from there to the Foundling Museum. One of a series of urban exploratory journeys undertaken as part of RSVP at the Foundling Museum. On arrival at the Museum, the brick was placed on a ledge in the foyer with a logbook beside it. Museum visitors were invited to borrow the brick, kick it on a journey somewhere, and on their return to record the details in the logbook.Townley and Bradby

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