Weight of Experience

First
I make drawings in certain places or in certain situations. These drawings are attempts to capture moments, to preserve entire experiences through the rhythm of the pencil.
Second
I photograph these drawings. Drawing is a tool of trial, thought and concentration, but all the time my aim has been the photograph. Photographs have the possibility to vary in size and amount, and by photographing my drawings I can charge them with force. To me, this is the most interesting step because it changes the materiality of the drawing; what used to be pencil on a sheet of a notebook is now an illusion of mass.