|Charley Peters, Untitled Wall Drawing (2011), Graphite on Wall|
Recent drawings in the studio has been developing the aesthetic concerns of the interrupted line. In a series of works on paper produced over the last few months parallel lines are systematically drawn but masked areas allow the lines to change direction and explore the resultant linear progressions. In Untitled Wall Drawing (2011), the architectural restraints of the corner of the studio replaces masking as the originator of the linear interruptions.
|Left: Charley Peters, Praxis (Interrupted) (2011), Ink on Paper / Right: Charley Peters, Untitled Wall Drawing (Detail) (2011), Graphite on Wall|