What is it about?
This article focuses on a collaborative drawing project carried out between two undergraduate drawing courses. Duos – teams of two working remotely – took turns to work on the same drawing in correspondence for three months, sharing the changing images online with one another. The project introduced a collaborative method of learning based on drawing, initiated cultural exchange and cooperation.
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Why is it important?
The role of drawing in the project was critical due to the direct but gradual nature of transmitting meaning onto paper. Outcomes of this project consisted of a flexible and playful creation process for students making use of the element of chance.
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This page is a summary of: Drawing in duos: The Journeys and Intersections Collaboration Project between Istanbul and Worcester, Drawing Research Theory Practice, July 2016, Intellect, DOI: 10.1386/drtp.1.2.235_1.
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