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On Drawing


I begin a drawing by letting the pen travel on the paper without a conscious control, though looking precious and detailed, they are automatic drawings with no preconceived composition in mind; 
I then find hints from existing marks and fragments and make my next move, elaborating on these with conscious changes and additions. 
Each drawing is a journey with no sense of time or direction, by joining the marks and fragments made perviously I explore the deployment and curious processes of the fascinating functioning of nature
that are too minute to be seen with the naked eye. The act of drawing creates a path and a structure to the invisible spheres of nature and our own interior labyrinths…

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