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Rule of Three

In Rule of Three, participants were asked to pick up a card on which different mark types were presented, and they had to go through the three paper-covered walls with one type of mark on each one. This simple instruction left room for improvisation and decision-making by the participants, so that they could contribute their own creativity to the work. For example, they could decide which was the top side of the card, the size and position of their marks on the paper, how fast they would move, etc. The overlapping of alternating marks throughout the one-hour session generated a drawing in which the individual traces were both lost and integrated into the whole.

Videographer: Alejandro Marante

Sala de Exposiciones Instituto Canarias Cabrera Pinto, La Laguna, Spain.


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