Sketchbooks 1992 –

Does the physical act of marking, how a hand variously pushes, pulls and presses a utensil, cause one to think, by this practice of inscription, that I freeze a moment? That such layering of drawing acts, inscribing, re-inscribing, erasing, collaging, parenthetic insertion and the disparate parallelisms that constitute the modes of graphitto-production, allows the inscribing subject to entertain the thought, that by each stroke of their pen, as a line is infinitely extended, that they are able to capture, to fix, an ever-flowing field of delimitation [what it is to be conscious of drifting in the world], simply by dint of a coarse inscription?

Book no. Thirty-Three, graphite on paper, 37.5 x 32.5 cm, 1997 Book no. Thirty-Seven/2, graphite on paper, 37.5 x 32.5 cm, 1998 Book no. Forty-Nine, graphite on paper, 37.5 x 32.5 cm, 2007 Book no. Forty-Five, graphite on paper, 37.5 x 32.5 cm, 2002 Book no. Forty-Seven, graphite on paper, 37.5 x 32.5 cm, 2006 Book no. Forty-Six, graphite on paper, 37.5 x 32.5 cm, 2006