Synchronicity Series created 2012 through 2014
My artistic practice is motivated by repetitive activity, marking patterns that map a sense of time and space. Through performance drawing, I communicate how the body traces and experiences space and duration leaving an imprint of past and of present and of what remains. Like a clock of navigational lines, the Synchronicity series act as a measurement of these intervals, both physical and intangible.
The series of Synchronicity drawings investigate symmetrical, repetitive motion using my body as an instrument to form a rhythmic pattern of line. I execute the drawing in a hypnotic tempo and meditative state that manifests itself into physical form to unite the viewer with the intimacy of the experience. The drawings are performed in private and public space and examine the limitations of the body with continuous motion over several hours until a state of exhaustion is reached.