Christine Mackey

I consider drawing as an inter-disciplinary and communicative tool that engages with people and the places they inhabit and produce orientating a playful approach and invitation to how we see and experience the world.

Drawing, whether it be devised as a plan, sketch, set of instructions, map, outline or notation depicting actions, processes, experiences as well as a method for thinking out ideas can provide a platform to develop a discursive exchange between on the one hand the action of drawing and on the other it’s potential for social-research.

Combining diverse disciplines, subject matter and tactics this system can both reflect and reconfigure the relationship between art, its participants and discourse as a collective cultural process that engages with communities on an intimate scale of public exchange.


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