Sefer (1 of 4) Cast washi paper on concave form and archival ink, hand made maple frame 70″ x 70″ x 4″ 2020-2021
Sefer is the Hebrew word for book with roots in the word sifriyah or library.
Through cyclic repetition, I draw from the center and spiral outwards. An accidental shake compounds over time into waves that undulate throughout the paper. By embracing my mistakes, the marks grow in unpredictable ways. I relinquishing control to become a vessel through which the drawing flows through me and creates itself. An imagined fluid-like topography unfolds valleys, peaks, and plaines. Through this process, I begin to grasp how landscapes form, weather patterns emerge, and how social movements grows.