Fotografiets dag
Where to put the sky
On the beach at night
Square rotated
Sea-scape (Bilaga)
Silver and red/orange
Grayscale, Bellows, Aperture
Forestillet tid (Imagined Time)
Drawing lines in a circle
From under the floorboards
Johann and John
Old Road
Eastbound Bath Lane, Glasgow
Scratches In Lacquer
Northbound and Back
Light, Glas and Grit Constellation
In an ongoing series of drawings I examine the relationship of the handmade and the machine. My aim is to execute by hand perfectly as is expected from a machine. I use the circle as form since it is a symbol for the highest degree of symmetry and can in this way be associated with the "perfect" infallible machine. However, both machine and the hand are never without mistakes, which is where my interest lies. I construct a circle and divide its circumference line in equal parts and, having set out rules for each drawing, connect those points with a ruler with primary printing colours. I use semi-transparent pigmented ink in technical drawing pens which allow really fine lines and by overlaying, secondary colour