The drawings here are also time based and grown in a way that is similar to Grown Drawings. Part I, however they are more open, as the rules of conduct, or the logic within the drawings is changed.
Just as the previous drawings, these are time based and the result is not planned. More variation in materials was explored. Some additional coloring was used. By mixing inks in the drawing utensil itself, it is possible to display the progression of the drawing process in the finished drawing. The results are drawings, but they are also recordings of linear processes.
The drawings are grown one dot, and one line at a time; over a certain period of time; most in one sitting. The materials vary. One of the drawings starts with a blood stain, some others are drawn with a brush and watercolor. As the progression of the drawings and ultimately their final shape is determined by the tiniest factors of influence and distraction, everything could have a purpose, and yet the outcome is universal in some other ways.
The drawings are not pretending to be something else. But calling them “unravelled” obviously implies ribbons, or a set of walls. None exist.
The last drawing in this gallery is a slightly awkward one, on wood. The idea of wood growth rings and progression of the transformation in nature is a theme that permeates a lot of the work here. Also in other projects.