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Breathing Line



Work developed at INCLASIFICABLE art residency
Cazalla de la Sierra, Sevilla . June-July 2019



An experiment based on a Japanese brush for calligraphy.

At my last visit to Japan, I fell in love with a brush (that happens, right?).
Loved its sensitivity, fluidity and expressiveness.
After filling many notebooks with a continuous line that reflected my breathing while drawing, I wondered what would happen with a change to a larger format.
For that I had recreate the brush and draw on the floor barefooted.

Each piece is a record of a different rhythm and time and invites you to follow the line and replicate the cadence of each breath.











29 breaths, 2019
Indian Ink on Gvarro 120 gr paper
1400 x 200 cm | 55 x 80 inches
Private Collection

33 breaths, 2019
Indian Ink on Gvarro 120 gr paper
1400 x 190 cm | 55 x 75 inches
Available






30 breaths,2019
Indian Ink on Gvarro 120 gr paper
1400 x 200 cm | 55 x 80 inches
Private Collection

33 breaths, 2019
Indian Ink on Gvarro 120 gr paper
1400 x 190 cm | 55 x 75 inches
Private collection






31 breaths, 2019
Indian Ink on Gvarro 120 gr paper
1400 x 190 cm | 55 x 75 inches
Private collection
29 breaths, 2019
Indian Ink on Gvarro 120 gr paper
1400 x 200 cm | 55 x 80 inches
Private collection