Jasmine Johnson’s commission for Annotations II continues to explore an ongoing interest in love addiction, this time in relation to physical isolation. Johnson’s drawing residency explores the ordeal of being alone in the context of the COVID 19 pandemic; messages and still-life photographs from queer people living in cities around the world inform the drawings.

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Drawing Room invites proposals that examine critical issues around contemporary drawing. We offer postgraduate students and scholars the chance to field test and peer-review research, and to network and engage with a wider community of academics and specialists. 

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Artists and curators taking part in Drawing Room's exhibition programme are invited to compile ‘reading lists’ that inform and expand the themes explored in their work. This list has been compiled by Donna Huddleston for Donna Huddleston,The Exhausted Student, the artist’s first solo exhibition in a public gallery in the UK, which presents a new series of drawings in pencil, colour and silverpoint within a theatrical environment.

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Artists and curators taking part in Drawing Room's exhibition programme are invited to compile ‘reading lists’ that inform and expand the themes explored in their work. This list has been compiled by Marc Bauer for Marc Bauer, Mal Ȇtre / Performance, a new body of work commissioned jointly by Drawing Room and De La Warr Pavilion.

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Artists taking part in Drawing Room's exhibition programme are invited to compile ‘reading lists’ that inform and expand the themes explored in their works.  This list has been compiled by Adam Shield for his newly commissioned work for the Annotations project at Outset Study.

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Artists and curators taking part in Drawing Room's exhibition programme are invited to compile ‘reading lists’ that inform and expand the themes explored in their work. This list has been compiled for Modern Nature, an exhibition that explores our interaction and fascination with plants in relation to aspects of social change, personal well-being and scientific research.

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