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Dharana Series

2014-2016

Drawn mostly late at night, these insomnia drawings are done to relax a too active mind. The repetitious mark making, laying one little circle down after another, is a physical practice similar to other practices employed to quiet the mind in order  relax and move towards a state of calm stillness. This state is sometimes referred to as the Void. The Void, at best, can be explained as “nothingness” or “emptiness,” generalized words used to describe a state that has no language. It is here that “no thing” is experienced.

Clarification

Interruption

Double

Balance

Resonance

Concentration Drawing I

Concentration Drawing II

Concentration Drawing III

Concentration Drawing IV