Coffee Drawings

drawings, performance

150+ drawings made over 4 years of week faculty meetings at the high school Wofford worked at. The meetings were often long and dreadful: coffee as symbol of energy and relief became the dominant motif in the drawings.  Slides of the drawings were later employed in art history “lectures” at the school, addressing its unique history and melodramas, the inherent oppression of the “staff meeting” model, and drawing as an act of resistance and dissent.