Pen (plotter) 29,7 x 42 cm, 4 copies, 2021.
All humans have 99.9% of genetic code in common, that is to say that 0.1% of our DNA is enough to make us unique. Here the identity is numerical but the process is the same, these four drawings have been drawn by the same code.
What makes each drawing singular is the structure composed of white and black squares. Within this organization, the flat areas are covered with dots, which will move each in a direction, at a certain distance, creating lines.
Imprint speaks to us of these tiny interstices where otherness develops, and how, through an iterative process, they allow the observer to distinguish the unique from the similar.