60 Drawings of Pure Expression, filed by alphabetical order (Tuttle Recall)
pencil on paper, acid free paper, museum grade conservation cardboard
Drawings with no purpose made during train trips to kill time. The drawing’s paper is a cheap italian phone book.
After the book was complete, I tried to find a way to keep the drawing in good shape. The paper is really bad quality, so I went to an antique book restoration shop. We made a conservation job with colored acid free paper. This kind of paper exists in a variety of colours. I chose completing or opposing colours regarding the drawings, and pasted them on museum grade conservation cardboard. A conceptual work based on non-conceptual drawings which reminded me of works of Richard Tuttle.