This is my kinaesthetic charcoal drawing art work.
It is part of my interdisciplinary dance art work <Listening - Making - Archiving>, also a kinaesthetic dance practice that everyone could access, embody and experience.
Charcoal drawing helps me to progress the body moving/dancing with a quality of calligraphy drawing.
"In this drawing-thinking you become what you draw: not in shape but in affect (Berger 2005: 126).” You know it from the inside, and in your gesture you relive the movement. Drawing is transformative (Cain 2010: 76).”
Ingold (2013: 136) said, “look at nature, as landscape, and there are, as Goya said, no lines to be seen. They exist only in its graphic representatives. Look with it, however, as a manifold of earth and sky, join in the movement of its formation, and lines are everywhere.” This statement implies in my calligraphy drawing quailty of movement that the drawing lines are everywhere (in my movement), and the charcoal drawing is helping me along the way to make it visible to support me the embodying experience.