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Of points, lines and planes, (ensō # 121)

The drawing series Of points, lines and planes, (ensō # 121), presents a space where the elements that make it up and give it shape have been reduced to points, lines and planes. This is a visual simplification that seeks to blur and blend the boundaries of a place's components, making each the consequence and continuity of the other. Thus, starting from this totum revolutum (all mixed up), this series of drawings presents itself as a form of retinal training around the negotiation that exists between the existences that inhabit and construct a space.

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