The Moment of Deviation; Drawn With a Worn Pen
In the H-series, each abstract lattice point represents not a single line on paper, but a set of lines. This introduces an intermediate scale into the drawing. As patches of lines collectively change angle and length, their overlap with other patches produces an area of consistent texture. Even when only “slightly subject to time,” the near-depth effect is dominant, relying on the ambiguity of conflicting meanings of the line: as particle in a field and as mark at the edge of a figure.