Images are not just passive entities, generic one-size-fits-all artworks; people communicate using drawings.
What is the meaning of drawing? A photocopier or a camera always can do it much faster. Drawings are trying to improve their knowledge and skill, regarding the essence of art.
Contemporary drawing theory is a two-way street. You always expected something like a big answer to any small question, so failure to do so could prove fatal. Contemporary drawings have their own visual language.
Imagination is an art, the devil is in precision and accuracy.
Weird design is a perfect communication medium for escaping the really that the serious art world is often boring.
People in art conform their drawings to one another without realizing it. Dont reveal signs of conformity. If you cannot be the artist, step out of the box and be more life-like, more hasardous, be the painting because serious art is not serious. The interpretation of those drawings can be ambiguous.
Contemporary drawing lives on fiction and myths. We use social connections to overcome biological constraints: best drawings are, in general, nothing but failed representations.
"Not believing in drawing is the same as not believing in gravitation."
Real fairies are never sad
Photography killed the ancient species of realist illustrations, but didn't killed drawings as representation of mental imagery. Photois are always wrong, unless they appear drawn by an artist. When pictures don't create a consistent narrative with their viewers they loose out, leaving these viewers to dine on a stew of ambiguity. People are unique.
When urban legends sometimes feel awkward in galleries, forever optimistic silly pictures don't care about being contemporary artsy.
W. H. Auden, Lets make our world a better place, Human need to communicate but just often fail to talk to each others. Real life problems are complex and difficult.
Drawing is not who can communicate ideas and thinking in a simple manner but about who makes the most silly pictures rather than making social statements and sentences so long that nobody read them to their end.