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red echo (2000)
pen and ink on strathmore paper, 11.5x8.5 on 17x11.25in.

drawings in the 90s

incremental progress of the work through an increased understanding of the medium (improved knowledge of software development; build-up of personal libraries; continuous experiences with the tools and their interaction with the medium)

graphite on paper with pencil lead plotters, silver point drawings.

first attempts at digital prints (iris prints with jon cone) and etchings (solar plates with elaine levasseur).

beginning of the metagon series

short collaborations with roman verostko: the virtual plotter.

create ephemeral sand traces and installations: sand as a digital medium.

influences: max bill, hokusai, buddhist art and zen art.

the poetry of the invisible, of infinite unexpected possibilities -even the poetry of nothingness- issues from a poet who had no doubts whatever about the physical reality of the world.
(italo calvino)

creative commons license jean-pierre hébert contact. (28 Oct 2012)