UK artist Daniel Eatock’s work is about the recording of actions. A compulsive serialist, he often takes felt-tip pens and engineers them to bleed through stacks of paper. Pens Paper explores Eatock’s action-based approach to producing works made exclusively using felt-tip pens and paper. Combined with time and chance, this simple act of putting pen to paper generates abstract fields and markings that reveal beautifully kaleidoscopic bleeding constellations. The book features an essay by Andrew Blauvelt. Published by Formist (Sydney).
304 pages, 21.5 x 15 cm, hardcover, Formist (Sydney).