ALISON CARLIER


Can drawing enter the mind through listening rather than looking?

Carlier sets up imaginative spaces where the listener completes the work by visualising their own ‘drawing’.

These audio spaces may include spoken voice, found sound or music to bridge to objects and environments.

Carlier likes to think about how sound and language are internally visualised, experienced or felt, forming a non-literal dialogue with the listener.












Jerwood Drawing Prize 2014 - first prize winner


Image Plums by Lottie and Charlie at a Pop Drawing Event at the Dorking Radical Film Festival screening of The Four Seasons of Quincy