Exhibit by Noah Pollack
My drawings are made with rubber stamps, folded paper and block-printing inks. Sometimes, I color the paper beforehand with watercolors, chalk, crayons or graphite.
The rubber stamps allow me to press and move, press and move. The mark can be a form in itself, it can be part of a larger form composed of several marks, or it can be both at once, just as a more traditionally made mark can. What I find pleasing about this technique is that the viewer sees each stamp mark as just one tick of the clock.
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