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In this thesis I explore my working processes and some of the issues which arise during those processes. As a part of this I deconstruct my figurative drawings and propose the abstract drawing. I step out of my own comfort zone, alone, whereas before I did have the support of working in group with others. In this deconstruction I look at the elements of the drawing as it has sound and movement. The silence of working alone becomes a part of the process and realizing that listening to the silence is part of the creative tuning process.
It has also been of interest to answer the question “why I do what I do?” and to get some understanding of “why I’ve been doing what I do”, what is the drive and influence in my life. I track my origins and where I descend from in my practice and thought. The ignition to my development was punk back in the seventies but had punk anything to do with Situationism or Lettrism or Dada?
I will be examining my relationship with the whisper and how I decipher it. How I use my time to listen to and notate the whisper. In this process I will looking at the interplay and ritual between light, darkness, noise and silence.
The culmination of this work is reflected in the piece Einar Örn used his time to listen. [constant] where the sculpting of the sound of the drawing creates a new experience for the senses.