Dawn Clements. Movie, 2007. Clements’ works use drawing as a way to document and describe durational experiences like watching a film. Employing a painstaking precision of description, often writing notes directly onto the paper, C. uses the act of drawing as a parallel to remembering: these are aides-memoires, attempts to hold transient things in the mind. Like the tracking shots of cinema, they sweep through interiors, gathering visual information.