Deconstructive Circles

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  • I wanted to demonstrate a repetitive, yet simple action that results catastrophically. As well as to destroy its initial identity to become something more. In other words creating and revealing the beauty in destruction. The charcoal and conte overlapping application imprints a mark on the paper which presents information; however the interchanging of the medium destroys the initial information to become something even more. The more layers applied the further the paper becomes worn-out revealing new layers. My repetitive motion and the pressure of the medium against the paper creates a push pull effect of how information becomes manipulated and destroyed to create something greater then its initial identity.