De-Centered Spirals (2020)
What if the centre of a drawn spiral wasn’t at the heart of the sheet?
What if I shifted the core to another position within, or even beyond the image?
The drawing is a rectangular frame showing only one possibility or fragment at a time. The spiral’s segments continue their imaginary journey outside the paper. The area of the representation as well as the image frame are being challenged, as is the relationship with the drawing body. When drawing on the floor, while at the same time, moving with the direction of the spiral, the fixed centre no longer exists. Notions such as “below and above” or “to the left and to the right” have become useless.
In a series of 14 spiral drawings, space and its imaginary abilities are boundlessly unleashed.