The Drawing Bureau will present different drawings, made on documents relating to housing, urban development, and immigration, over the exhibition duration. The public will be invited to view the work, and discuss the variety of issues that affect people living in Bristol.
Robert Luzar is an artist, writer, and educator. He was born in Slovenia, and lived in Canada before moving to England. He holds a PhD from Central Saint Martins. His works research ‘event’ and ‘trace’ through notions of change, thought, place and ‘precarious’ forms of existence; using drawing experimentally with live-art performance, video, Internet, and space. He exhibits globally in live-art events, museums and galleries, such as Palazzo Loredan Venice (IT), Torrance Art Museum (USA), Talbot Rice Gallery (UK), DRAWinternational (FR), Katzman Contemporary (CA), Künstlerhaus Dortmund (DE), and CUMT Institute (China). His writings on art, culture and philosophy are published in books and journals such as Nancy and Visual Culture (Edinburgh University Press 2016), Theatre and Performance Design (Routledge 2017), and Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice (Intellect 2019).