2011 | Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam

A series of drawings examines how space is created in a flat plane. One line forms the basis. Four lines make a square. The square becomes a cube. The cube holds empty space.

This empty space can be divided into many separate spaces through a network of lines. The exploration reveals multiple planes that resemble the structural elements and surfaces of a building, which combine to create a new three-dimensional form.


This work is further developed in Lines | Textiles, a series of four handwoven and -printed textiles.


2011 | study
pencil drawings on paper