Carbon Cloud

CARBON CLOUD, 2013 | pencil on paper | 320 x 260 mm

Carbon Cloud is an investigation into the Interconnectivity that exists between us, nature and in this case a seemingly random cloud. Clouds, the reorganised shapes of disorganised matter, are the most abstract impressions of our ever-changing world in all its beauty, chaos and order. The drawing also references John Ruskin’s extraordinary cloud geometry, made in 1860, that first gave clouds perspectivism.

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