A Portrait of Kathryn Dolby

This is a series of six drawing made over six days. It is a portrait of Kathryn Dolby. The movement of her body through space was traced, marked and copied onto the paper. Images of her clothes from a photocopy machine were erased into these lines. In this project, Vrinda attempted to interrogate the process of drawing a ‘portrait’ by experimenting with different parts that make one. The way we move, the way we dress, what is left behind, what is left in front?

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We strung apart #1
2013
Charcoal on arches paper
42x29cm

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We strung apart #2
2013
Charcoal on arches paper
42x29cm

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We strung apart #3
2013
Charcoal on arches paper
42x29cm

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We strung apart #4
2013
Charcoal on arches paper
42x29cm

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We strung apart #5
2013
Charcoal on arches paper
42x29cm

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We strung apart #6
2013
Charcoal on arches paper
29x42cm

 

 

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