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Most texts are co-authored and arise from asking ‘where can drawing go, what can it do?', and the result of examining drawings ‘in the flesh’ in museums, archives and artist's' studios.
Graphic Investigations in Science, Culture and Environment.
Monograph. Casey, S. and Davies, G, Drawing. Published by Bloomsbury, July 2020.
ISBN: HB: 978-1-7883-1026-0
2017 exhibition catalogue with introduction by Anita Taylor, text by Gerry Davies and essay by Nigel Clark.
Davies G. and Casey, S. (2017) 'Drawn Away from Vision: Encounters with the Unseen' in Sensory Arts and Design edited by Ian Heywood (London: Bloomsbury)
Casey, S. & Davies G (2016) ‘Drawing as Babel Fish’, International Journal of Illustration, (London: Intellect). ISSN: 20520204 (Print) ISSN: 20520212
Davies, G.and Casey, S. (2015) ‘Lines of Engagement: Drawing Walking Tracking’ Journal of Visual Arts Practice (JVAP), (London: Routledge Taylor Francis) ISSN: 1470-2029 (Print) 1758-9185
Casey, S. and Davies, G.(2014) ‘A Garland of Thoughts: Ruskin and Contemporary Site/ Sight Sensitive Drawing’ in TRACEY The Journal of Drawing Visualization (Loughborough; Drawing Research Network) ISSN 1742-3570
Mountain Life: Observation, Drawing and Camera Work
Davies, G. and Heywood, I. (2012) ‘Mountain Life: Observation, Drawing and Camera Work’ in Ice Cloud Mirror edited by Emma Rose and Neil Boynton. ( Lancaster: Lancaster University) pp7-15 ISBN: 978-1-86220-302
Davies, G (2005) Gerald Davies on J.M.W. Turner’s Inside Yordas Cave, Kingsdale 1816 in Tate Etc. issue 5: Autumn 2005 (London:Tate)
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