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From John Berger  I learn about drawings done from observation, as conversation and from memory. These 'categories' make sense to me as I consider my various surroundings and the ready-to-hand qualities of pencil and sketchbook in the hope of observing, recording, conversing and remembering the people and places I encounter – without the aid of complex equipment.
Intrigued by the relationship of hands-off means of depiction and the hand-drawn, my research has led me down a number of avenues. A provisional medium, drawing surely shares something of the incisive yet vulnerable quality of early proto-photographic images – those "fairy pictures, creations of a moment and destined as rapidly to fade away"  – made before the discovery of chemical means of fixing. Except that drawings do last, often against the odds their creators lost .
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 Berger on Drawing; chapter entitled "Drawing on Paper"; John Berger; 2005 //  The Pencil of Nature; WH Fox Talbot, 1844 // Project Gutenberg [online] p4 //  I am inspired by the work of children and their teachers at Terezin camp 1942-44 // see the Jewish Museum in Prague