Can the process of making a drawing ever deliver the sensation of walking, without having to leave the house?
Popularly known for the phrase ‘taking a line for a walk’, artist and Bauhaus teacher Paul Klee describes the first category of line within his Pedagogical Sketchbook of 1925 as:An active line on a walk, moving freely, without goal.
– Paul Klee, 1923This communication with nature is met by Klee in his Pedagogical Sketchbooks with observations from biology, and theories of metaphysics.
– Paul Klee in Pedagogical Sketchbook, 1925I think the concept of the eye travelling along the paths cut out for it in the work is fascinating.
How is time experienced within drawings by Paul Klee?

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