It’s wild and explores the innovative resources of man’s mind. James Drake’s Anatomy of Drawing and Space delves into brain trash. Anything he can think of is drawn out and stuck on the wall. Some of the works are great pieces of sketch mastery while others leave you wondering what the author is really attempting to say. Anything goes when you are splattering your brain trash on the wall. The work is primarily unconscious in the sense that it allows any connection between concepts to be drawn out and displayed for public consumption. Some of the ideas are far out while others are closely akin to conventional drawing. You will find a variety of themes in the collage and can even find unique orientations of the work if you take a step back to see the whole picture. Running June 10 th to September 21 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacobs building the exhibit offers ideas, innovation, life, and chaos spelled out in draftsman quality. The 1,242 drawings include creat
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