Artist Series E06 | William Kentridge on Techniques & processes | Part 1
Join us for Wednesdays with William Kentridge; a series of sound clips from the artist on a CD-ROM published by David Krut in 1997.
Part 1 of the William Kentridge E06 is an introduction to how Kentridge generates his ideas through drawing. He talks about the unexpected transformative value of drawing that inspires his process.
Artist Series E06 | William Kentridge on Techniques & processes | Part 2
In part 2 of Wiliam Kentridge E06, Kentridge continues to speak about how he evokes meaning through process.
” There are very few drawings in which I know in advance the meaning I want to express. It is rather a much more vague hope that in the process of making the drawings, things will emerge which I don’t anticipate, which will start to give a coherence or meaning to the process of making that drawing.”
Artist Series E06 | William Kentridge on Techniques & processes | Part 3
Last but not least Kentridge discusses scale, light and space in regards to movement, mark making and “finding the drawing” in the final part 3 of his Techniques and processes.
Stay tuned for more Wednesdays with William:
Artist Series E07 | William Kentridge on Work, Life & Influences and
Artist Series E08 | William Kentridge on Artworks