I recall compulsively the same process like the mechanism of memory: digging up, inflicting mechanical stress, cutting, reconstructing, sequencing, and ensuring consistency.
My current series, Time Lines, consists of monochrome panels.
Fragmented patterns, the repetition of architectonic lines, the creation of contrasts between surfaces and intervals give a hypnotic/kinetic effect. Light gives its changing character to the artwork presenting variations that shift with the viewer’s position.
Similar to a time line depiction, the repetition of vertical lines speaks out to the human need of reading the time, addressing questions related to impermanence, memory erosion, accident, choice, and resilience.