Here's the flyer for Animated Drawing, an exhibition which opened today at the Centre for Recent Drawing at 2-4 Highbury Station Road, London. The Centre is a registered charity that promotes new drawings. This exhibition shows the work of three artists: Alexander Schellow, Miranda Whall and Kristian De La Riva. The flyer features Miranda Whall's Samuel and I, a watercolour wash of the artist doing her thing with a pair of gigantic blue tits on her feet. Don't ask me which one Samuel is. The blurb sums it up: "Animated Drawing is a collection of works that in contrast to the happy innocence of childhood, explores drawing to show the place of failed desires, mechanical sexuality and dead space" (title link). Not one for the kiddies, I assume.