One Hour Circle Drawings
A4 cartridge paper, colour felt-tip pens

Created by a group of 24 participants from BA Graphic Design and BA Illustration at Kingston University. Their goal was to each draw a freehand circle in exactly one hour, in a clockwise 360 degree rotation without the pen leaving the page.

I gave spoken updates each minute as a guide for each participant to monitor their speed. Eg. at 15 minutes the drawing was one quarter complete, and at 30 minutes half way. They each attempted to draw in rhythm with the movement and speed of the minute hand of a clock. The final set of 24 circles represents a combined drawing duration of one day.

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 Joshua Wiley     
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 Esther Yee-Ting Chang     
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 Tim King     
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 Leanne Bentley     
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 Ellie Tzoni     
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 Sam Carroll     
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 Louise Madzia     
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 Sally Archer     
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 Stephanie Bickford-Smith     
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 Clara Goodger     
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 Paul Chanthapenya     
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 Rosanna Wan     
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 Zuzanna Weiss     
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 India Harvey     
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 Ben Pender     
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 Fred North     
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 Sarah Maycock     
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 Nic Cockram     
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 Hannah Cullen     
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 Phoebr Halstead     
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 Benji Roebuck     
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 Aaron Merrigan     
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 Ashley Wiltshire     
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 Simon Cheadle