Turner Bic

Repetition / Wear.

To repeat is, every time, to take the risk of altering the memory.

According to a painting by William Turner: “Confluence of the Severn and Wye”, Turner Bic is the realization of 24 reproductions of this landscape, executed in black ballpoint pen. Each of these reproductions has more or less the same format, that of the size of a small box of matches. All these drawings were made in a pocket sized Moleskine notebook (9 × 14), white pages, Kraft cover.

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