This article is a translation of the 24th chapter named Leonardo Drew: The Great Migration, of the book Sculpture in the Age of Doubt, written by Thomas McEvilley in 1999. In this text, it is discussed that how Drew destroyed the boundaries abrasively by melting the basic elements of sclupture and painting art within their productions. As a matter of fact, Drew describes his productions as a painting in general but materials used in his productions are composed of three dimensional materials. For this reason, productions he made are much closer to the sculpture than to the painting. Because the artist who produces productions in the ambiguous area and is one of the important figures of contemporary art sits out in Turkish sources, it is thought that he will contribute to body of literature.
Key Words: Leonardo Drew, Sculpture, painting, interdisciplinary, vague area