The Me that is not Me.
“A weight of meaningless, about which there is nothing insignificant, and which crushes me. On the edge of nonexistence and hallucination, of a reality that, if I acknowledge it, annihilates me.”
My art practice revolves around the representation of emotions and states of mind: a release of mental states that I cannot verbally discuss or communicate truthfully. The act of drawing on paper captures emotion through every stroke of the pen, and I find it a medium that captures the presence of the artist; weight, form, and flow of line are remnants of the creator.