Thursday, June 2, 2011

Jorinde Voigt

Jorinde Voigt is an artist from Frankfurt, Germany. She refers to her work as "notations and scores", the pages display abstract lines that have been spontaneously drawn and scattered on the surface of the paper. The strokes form circles, rectangles, triangles, squares, straight, curvy, and zigzag lines. The resulting notations are an attempt to create invisible visible.
How much patience does one need, to create such complex drawings? It's really extraordinary and almost surreal. Even tracing each line with my eye, is impossible.  D I V I N E!

photos from

No comments:

Post a Comment