posted by Alyssa Pavley — Nov 07, 2014
“A Fine Line: Drawing and the Digital Ground in the Work of Tamarin Norwood,” a conversation between the writer and curator Becky Huff Hunter and the artist Tamarin Norwood, has been published on the Art Journal website. In this exchange, Hunter speaks with Norwood about the relationship between video and drawing, and negotiating digital and analogue forms. The two also discuss artistic practice as a form of research, since Norwood is currently pursuing a PhD in fine art at the University of Oxford. This feature is part of Conversations, a new series on the Art Journal website that asks arts professionals in a variety of fields to discuss issues related to their practices.
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