This Autumn Term, the Royal Drawing School’s Online Lecture Series hosts Creative Conversations; dialogues between artists, curators and writers. The series is curated by Dr Claudia Tobin, lectures are held Wednesday evenings live on Zoom.
Denzil Forrester is acclaimed for his large-scale paintings of London’s dub scene in the late seventies and eighties. They were made, and continue to be made, from fast drawings made in situ, in the half dark. His work is testament to the power of drawn lines to trap energy and space and transmit it, even decades later. Liza Dimbleby was taught by Denzil through the 1990s and they will talk about drawing and making paintings in different times and places.