Paper, ink - dim A4
At light Speed there wasn't Much he Could Make of the Growth of the Solid World arose out of the need to make a series of drawings from which reality was omitted as much as possible. These 8 selected works from a series of 50 form one whole: together they dream of an unrecognizable universe, reduced to only a few lines. With Abbott's Flatland novel they share the belief that within their limits they are the only possible universe. The work is about the speed of a life and its consequence: the disintegration of everything that is tangible.