On Excerpts, 2011/03/06

Excerpts is an ongoing series of mostly drawings that are presented alongside titles, but these titles are in fact little bits of larger narratives. Some of the titles are not little, and instead span a paragraph or two. The words do not directly describe the pictures, nor do the pictures strictly illustrate the words; what instead occurs is a comparative examination of the often implicit ways in which a set of ideas can be conveyed simultaneously through fictive constructions and diagrammatic processes. Writing and drawing are here considered analogous operations, both actively groping towards formulation and definition through iterative reworking and refinement.

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