Hardwick Gallery presents an exhibition of three alternative and experimental versions of Alison Carlier’s Jerwood Drawing Prize 2014 winning soundwork, Adjectives, Lines and Marks.

Alison Carlier relates to drawing in an expanded field, as a way of working, an approach that could be considered a ‘drawing attitude’. The audio drawing Adjectives, Lines and Marks presents drawing as an interactive invitation, where spoken words take the place of marks in the creation of imagery, and the act of listening presents an alternative way to experience drawing.

Adjectives, Lines and Marks is being presented simultaneously with other shortlisted works in the Jerwood Drawing Prize at The Wilson Art Gallery & Museum, Cheltenham, until 4th January 2015.

Alison Carlier’s exhibition at Hardwick Gallery was selected by a panel and students from the School of Art & Design following an open call for exhibition proposals for the 2014-15 gallery programme that attracted submissions from national and international artists and practitioners.

Copies of Alison Carlier’s book, The Drawing Attitude, is available to purchase at £6.00 each.