Plymouth, 2011

Graphite on paper
127 X 97 cm

The accumulation of thousands of horizontal lines create an unparemetered infinite space. Through steady observation of the apparently stable lines, the space adquires depth and a certain motion or vibration. Plymouth takes its name from the town in United States where the first pilgrims settled a colony and it remotely refers to a passage in a book describing the impression of discerning land for the first time after a long transoceanic journey. It refers to the first image, the blank, empty image before vision is focused onto a definite entity.