"In the black and white drawings, the enlarged photographs have an atmospheric, soft-focus quality that allows us intimate entry into the fibrous interstices of the knitting. At a distance, the image suggests both an open, sculptural form and an animated organism. When we look carefully, we see that the drawing’s surface is articulated with many finely inked shapes, each of which encapsulates a specific tonality.

The effect is to bring the viewer close to an unfamiliar graphic reality, which is both strongly dimensional and mapped in a way that emphasizes its digital pixels. In this double consciousness we recognize our contemporary life in which images are constantly available yet equally unreliable."

Excerpt from John Mendelsohn essay

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