An exploration of a single drawing.
Subtitled: Everything that can go wrong doesn’t have to.
Originally I recorded, on the bottom edge of each drawing, dates worked, calling attention to the process of making the image. This prompted questions about which section was drawn which day, usually accompanied by a laugh. Taking up the challenge, I started to record date and time at the start of each line and at line's end. Pushing absurdity, the notations evolved to include running subtotals. This can be daunting and that's part of the point: written numbers build up, creating a border texture and forcing the lines to fan out.
Thus radically affecting how the drawings develop.
As in science recording observations can alter results.