Monochrome and reduced to the most essential, these graphics appear neither brittle nor unapproachable. Distance is suspended by the graphite’s velvety surface feel. The material of choice interacts favourably with the incidence of light, bringing forth the surface’s liveliness. Variations of the graphites’ impressions just happen by time and space alterations of light source.
For the making of these graphics, graphite is pulverized to dust, then dabbed onto the paper by use of several tools and techniques. In that way dispersions and concentrations as well as harmonious lines emerge.