Monologue of the semester
I always thought a drawing should look like a drawing. What I mean by this is a drawing that is well drawn and looks realistic. I have come to appreciate all types of drawings such as childish drawings that are drawn naively and drawn for the sake of drawing.
My approach for drawing this semester was not about realistic drawing. Some what abstract, attempting to expand the boundary of drawing, at least that is how I saw it. Varying different inputs to draw (whatever "drawing" means) to create outputs.
Thematically, became heavier once I found destruction this semester. Destroyed, or any other words in the same direction, there is no right word for it, which may be why I am searching for it visually.
Creating lines and marks from changing the state of a material, creating lines that are more or less natural. Without the input of damaging the state, there would be no output of the forcefully created natural marks.
The words from the archive would help the understanding and are more in depth.