Inquietude must be some kind of record for the longest drawing made in a public gallery. Clementine Barnes is the artist behind the work, and since the show began on 25 September, Clem's been there during opening hours labouring away. There's a peace to the show, which includes a line-up of pencils doomed to death, a growing pile of shavings and a small complete drawing pointing to a potential conclusion. Inquietude is currently on show at First Draft in Surry Hills. Get in before the big rub-off starts at 6pm on October 12.