Pen Plotter Drawing II

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Pen Plotter Drawing II

280.00

Pen Plotter Drawing: Corsicana "Across the Street Diner" Floor Tile Pattern

Original drawings by artist-in-resident Edmund Eva

11 x 17" / Felt-tip pen on archival, cotton-based paper

Limited Edition of 10 original works produced by the artist on his pen plotter, signed and numbered.

For pickup at 100W Corsicana or by mail order, sent in flat, hardback folio.  Please contact us for questions about this work.

 

During his residency at 100 West, Edmund Eva has been utilising a 1980’s pen plotter - a defunct cousin of the modern printer which he has altered to be able to draw with a variety of tools. Fascinated by the grids and repetition of the American urbanscape, Eva used these as the raw data for his plotter drawings. Becoming increasingly interested in the patterns found locally, both mundane and ornate and in some way reflecting the character, culture and history of Corsicana. The result is a mass of abstracted drawings, of grids, parking lots, floor tiles and architecture.

 

Edmund Eva is an artist from England and a member of eegb, a duo looking at technology as a tool for artistic expression. This is his first visit to the states with Corsicana providing a unique cross section of American and Texan culture to enrich his practice.

 

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