SOME STRAIGHT LINES
11 x 3,5 m, pigment on wall paint
With a snap line, a tool used on construction sites, a large-scale axonometric system is drawn on the wall. For the drawing, the chalk usually used in a snap line has been replaced with pigments. When the line hits the surface, an amount of pigment spreads around the line itself and gives the line a woolen, textile quality, almost 3-dimensional and with a clear trace of the original action of tensing the line and letting it snap on to the wall.