Linear progression. One line follows another. A curve (and its proximity to its neighbour) can create the impression of depth. In this way a two-dimensional vector achieves the illusion of participating in three-dimensional space. As colour is mapped the progression achieves a more refined opacity and depth. It achieves form.
22 x 27cm.
Giclee print on Hahnemuhle Photorag Archival paper.
Out of print.