Through meticulously building up repeated geometric forms with traces of measured mark making, there is a sense of incremental growth without resolution. Through this process, the drawing’s construction begins to take precedent over the ‘representational’ elements of the work. Lines are used as markers of space, control, measurement and ultimately erasure. The stop-frame animation is an attempt to physically record these decisions that make up the construction of a drawing.
2012 / DVD STOP FRAME ANIMATION / 01:04
This video was shown as part of 'Virtual Space/ Digital Trace' screening at Grand Union, 8/12/12
2013 / DVD STOP FRAME ANIMATION / 1:47
A stop-frame animation tracing a line navigating a series of objects.
2008 / DVD STOP FRAME ANIMATION / 0:38
A stop-frame animation depicting a drawing being 'drawn' and intentionally erased.
2010 / DVD STOP FRAME ANIMATION / 01:04