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A shortest split line

About the theme of "population distribution"

In crafting this series, the creative concept revolves around the intricate interplay between population distribution and the geographic shape of a fictive location.

I employ a unique blend of artistic elements to visualize this dynamic relationship, including letters from the alphabet and geometric particles.

These unconventional tools are building blocks for constructing new topographies, each reflecting the nuanced patterns and contours found within population demographics.  

One essential technique in this artistic exploration is the fragmentation
of larger shapes into smaller, more intricate pieces.

This process allows for a deeper examination of the underlying structure
of population distribution, revealing hidden layers and nuances that
may otherwise go unnoticed. 

By breaking down the geographic form into its constituent parts, I seek to uncover the complexities and intricacies inherent in the human landscape, inviting viewers to explore the rich tapestry of diversity and interconnectedness that defines our world. 

I employ a carefully curated palette of green and black colors to bring these abstract concepts to life on paper.

Green, symbolizing growth, vitality, and the natural world, is a visual metaphor for the dynamic energy pulsating within the population.

In contrast, black conveys a sense of depth, mystery, and complexity, hinting at the underlying layers of history, culture, and identity that shape our understanding of place.

These colors form a harmonious backdrop against which the geometric compositions unfold, inviting viewers to contemplate the intricate relationship between humanity and our spaces.

Details of the series


Material                          Sticker, color tape
Medium                           Paper 24 x 18 inches
Date                                 2021
Signed and title on the back

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