Appliqued felt pieces by William J. O’Brien, part of the “Thread Lines” show at the Drawing Center, for which I interviewed Sheila Hicks:
“If you have fiber, you are drawing in space. There’s no front and back, and you’ve got to get your brain around that,” Hicks says. “It’s movement that has texture. How many things do you know that are like that?”
EARLIER: O’Brien’s drawing in clay.
Today on Pinterest: hands by Cathy G. Johnson, Response IV (2014) and Philip Guston, Untitled (1968).
These blob markers by Nick DeMarco for Handjob.
Helicopter drawing by Adel Abdessemed:
“For the two-part video, Les ailes de dieu I (2009) and Les ailes de dieu II (2009), a man without arms is suspended from a helicopter to make a drawing with his feet, while in the other video, a man without legs draws with his hands as he hangs down.”