This three-part sequence of infinite strands was drawn using ink and markers, over a period of 32 hours of delayed travel. In a stressful environment, the compositions were used as a meditative practice to keep calm despite the circumstances as well as a reminder that sometimes life is out of one's hands.
After reaching the initial destinations, these processions remain as a remembrance that our minds can add or remove weight to the events of our lives.
Joanna Bucur | Configurations I | 2019
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle German Etching