CHOW MARTIN, Toxic Assets, 2011
|Size||92 x 92 cm (36" x 36")|
|Medium||Ink and charcoal on Mylar Paper|
|Extra||Mounted in a double glass frame|
This method of mark making uses the pen as an extension of the body’s peripheral anatomy; it is a means of instantaneous and direct surface intervention. Through this aggressive technique, the surface of the substrate is assaulted, lacerated and injected with ink. This explosive, dynamic and violent interaction is conveyed through the use of imagery and the physical act of mark making itself.