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Tracy Leech Williams

MA Fine Art

My practice is concerned with the intangible, undefined and unobserved spaces relating to the process of drawing.  I endeavour to represent the space where a transition occurs which is so slight that it is difficult to define.  Developing drawing techniques which result in marks which are barely there, my research questions what Marcel Duchamp termed the ‘infra thin’, the separation, the difference between two things.

 

My methodology and content are embroiled and interdependent.  The relationship between meaning, source material and the allusions I evoke are all intertwined.  A process led practice, my work queries and embodies the notions of control, precision, time and repetition.

Currently my enquiry questions the concept of time in regard to the infra thin.  Investigating times linear and temporal capacities, I refer to among others, the philosophers St Augustine and Jacques Derrida.

The objective of this ongoing research is to ascertain if an intangible concept can be represented through the process of drawing; a discipline which is itself resistant to definition.

Work by Tracy Leech Williams

-Open Ended Drawing, Work in Progress (2016-ongoing)

Work by Tracy Leech Williams

-Open Ended Drawing, Work in Progress (2016-ongoing)

Work by Tracy Leech Williams

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