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  • Drawing Conversations: drawing as a dialogic activity - Angela Rogers
  • The paper presents drawings and commentary from the research study 'Drawing Conversations', an investigation into drawing as a social activity. Referring to Martin Buber's notion of the 'inbetween' and David Bohm's model of group dialogue, the paper suggests that drawing can bring people into an especially open, spontaneous and playful relationship and simultaneously produce an artefact that materialises the exchange between them.

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    Biographical information

    Angela Rogers
    PhD student: London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.
    angela@laughtonlodge.org

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