“Drawing emerges to me as an expression of exchange between images, thoughts, and the languages of real and imagined worlds. These visual appropriations take root in the confrontation with the living, an enthusiasm for the aesthetic potency of certain Asian expressions, the precision of scientific drawing and the fascination for ink and its unpredictable flow. The impulse then guides the hand, which spontaneously reveals the shape, then from the shape, its subject. The black lines on paper draw numerous forms, their manifestation delineated by an irrepressible dialogue between the uncertainty of ink and the power of intuition. Thus, revealed is a paradoxical world where lone, weightless forms are torn by sinuous and gnarly lines.” (NaDege)