He preferred drawing all over himself, 2012

punctured archival inkjet print, glue

30 x 70"

Braille reads: "Like every child, he had a vast collection of rudimentary colouring books, but he preferred drawing lines himself,… taking a pen and drawing all over himself. It could go as far and long as he wanted, or he could press the nib of his blunt pencil hard against the surface and mark out little dots to connect them. He loved drawing lines that could just go straight on forever, born of a dot and ending with a dot." Excerpt from Lines, by Juliana Loh. Used by permission of the author.