By Biel Carpenter
At the time of producing either a drawing or a print, I try to disconnect the part of me with a critical sense, consciously directed. Indeed, my work is a constant dialogue between me as an artist with what is normative, traditional and established. It is a contact that occurs in the hours of silence, in the absence of intent, in the observation of nature overwhelming. the horizon is eternity in the mystery and faith. It is in the monotony that I find my work. I try to mix the moment of creation with my everyday life, is pure intuition. I have been trying to instill a lack of intention to lead to distraction and, therefore, able to dive deep into my unconscious and bring words and motives that are more revealing of my condition. I think the drawing and theengraving process like layers, incorporated, that are added to one another at the same time that other dissolved in space. It is a game to be within the limits of my possibilities, the search for progress, to explore what i still do not know, is love and affection for a thing that I do not feel.
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