27 hours is 27 drawings (charcoal and graphite, 22.5"x22.5", 140lb archival paper, 2009-2010) done in support of TIME, Curtis's 6th solo biennial of interactive installation. Curtis completed a 1-hour drawing, a 2-hour drawing, through a drawing that took 27 hours to complete, drawing an hour each day for a total of 378 hours.

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1 hour (detail below), Bates College Museum of Art


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6 hours (detail below), Bates College Museum of Art


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8 hours (detail below), Bates College Museum of Art


9 hours (detail below), Bates College Museum of Art


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14 hours (detail below), Bates College Museum of Art


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17 hours (detail below), Bates College Museum of Art


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26 hours (detail below), Bates College Museum of Art


27 hours (detail below), Bates College Museum of Art

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