Layered charcoal drawings inspired by William Kentridge
Students were mesmerized by the play of light and shade in Kentridge’s After seeing That which we do not remember exhibition. Back in the classroom, Year 7 Art students explored drawing distorted shadows with charcoal and an eraser. Through the process of layering and moving the subject slightly, drawings came to life and movement on the paper.
AGSA Interview with artist William Kentridge
Leigh Robb discusses the artist's studio in the work of William Kentridge
Rhana Devenport discusses the work of William Kentridge