Open drawings

I arrived at the cabin without a preconceived idea of what I wanted to produce during my stay as I wanted it to be the place and not me who dictated what I would end up developing later.

I wrote down in a notebook everything of sensations, details, anecdotes and moments lived during the two days I was there and once I got home I let them rest to resume them after a while and redraw from memory what I was more impressed, contrasting it with the writings I had done, to see if they fit or if visual memory had more presence than written.

The result is a collage that mixes different techniques generating an altered landscape composed of a succession of written and drawn layers.