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    The relevance of traditional drawing in the digital age

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2010)

    London, UK, 5 - 7 July 2010


    Phil Hawks


    My research in recent years has focused on the relevance of traditional drawing, specifically studio based life drawing, to the contemporary digital environment. Following on from the successful exhibit of my interactive life drawing, Caryatid, at the 2009 EVA conference my aim is to open up  discussion on the relevance of traditional practice within the digital arena through an examination of my own creative practice and that of other artists involved in similar fields. The paper will explore the potential for cross fertilisation of old and new technologies and the opportunities for their presentation within new media.


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