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      The drawings are ballpoint pen on paper mounted on aluminum. They have a structure similar to that of the paintings and are done by scribbling simultaneously with a number of pens until the page is densely saturated with ink. Occasionally the page is rotated in order to work from all sides. Line, in a sense, becomes submerged into plane due to its sheer volume. (In some areas brushed ink is also used.)

   In contrast to the density of the ballpoint pen pieces, there are others where the paper is left largely untouched. In these, different white papers are used to give slight tonal changes to the piece which are then framed by thin perimeter line.

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