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Periodically I go back to drawing: because it's hard, because it pushes me to take risks, because it's a force of rematerialism and reckoning in the digital age, and because I like the sound.
Defining a conceptual ground for a non-representational drawing can be tough; sometimes I add photographs and objects, not so much for context as to open up a space for discourse. Many of my drawings function as documentation, or possibly even photographs: of actions and processes, and of objects and surfaces obscured by paper
Recent drawing projects include #desklabor, transfer, and the images contained in if you were going to make a book about dying trees (what would you call it).
above left: obstruction drawing: rock in soil.
above right: untitled
below left: untitled
below right devil man (detail)