20 intersections (london)

matt board
sumi ink
each: 8″ x 10″

20 intersections are a series of drawings using an old london A-Z guide as a score. each drawing contains information based on 20 intersections on a map, using visual representations of various intersections in ink, as well as taking cues from the location coordinates in pencil.

the ink images compress 20 intersections from twenty consecutive pages into a single visual form, while the pencil marks use the coordinates of the same intersections as a score; so that an intersection with the coordinates of A7 would equal one mark and then seven marks (in the form of circles, or sides, or lines, or forms…). every mark in a drawing was made in connection with this information.

a group of the drawings, and a related sound work, were exhibited in the drawing room, london in 2005