The Collaborative Drawing Project

The Collaborative Drawing Project: Drawings after Sol LeWitt (2007-2014)

 

Drawing & Dancing // Documentation

Old Commons / Chase Hall Gallery, & The Quad, 2013 (photos, Sarah Crosby)

Chase Hall Gallery, 2012 (photos, Rachel Boggia)

Art and Empiricism: Exploring the Conceptual Challenge to Modernism, Olin Arts Center, Bates College, October 2012 (photos, Phyllis Jensen)

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Bates Museum, 2008 (photo, Phyllis Jensen) Bates Museum, 2008 (photo, Phyllis Jensen) Chase Hall Gallery, 2012 (photo, Carol Dilley)

1 2 3 4 _ 5 6

Bill Seeley & Matt Duvall

Art and Empiricism: Exploring the Conceptual Challenge to Modernism

Olin Lobby

Bates College

November, 2010.

1 2 3 4 _ 5 6, 2010 (20' x 15' projection) Sketch for 1 2 3 4 _ 5 6 (AutomaticDrawing 1104040511), 2010

** Click images to run the programs

Automatic Dancing (1112131411)

Bill Seeley, Rachel Boggia, & Matt Duvall

Preformed as part of Things that Travel

Schaeffer Theater

Bates College

November 12-14, 2011

(poster, Rachel Boggia, 2011)

Movements & Marks: A Collaborative Choreographic Drawing Project (2011)

Rachel Boggia & Bill Seeley

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Plavin Studios, Bates College (photos, Bill Seeley)

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