Levente Sulyok, modern art, contemporary art, contemporary painting, contemporary american painting, contemporary hungarian art, contemporary hungarian painting, conceptual painting
2007-present POD PAD experiments  

Wall Drawing pencil on wall 2004




This drawing was accumulated from simple shapes drawn with architectural templates. I find architectural drawings fascinating because they are very inexpressive, calculated and factual; yet seem completely abstract at the same time. They are essentially a collection of symbolic marks that conceptualize three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface. With this drawing I was hoping to occupy the space between those two realms. The top horizontal bend is situated at eye level, which appears to float on a flat plane between the wall and the viewer, further complicating the relationship between drawing as a concept and drawing in its fullest incarnation.