Lines are not concerned with connotation, on the contrary, they are succinct and completely literal by nature. A line can be straight or it can be tangled, it may describe a clear path or be hard to follow, but it will inevitably guide perception from a beginning to an end. It is with such honesty that any line speaks about itself. My lines pretend to respect that narrative, direct attention to what we look at —while we are looking— and turn perception into a conscious process. In other words, their purpose is, simply, to make perception be perceived.