Drawing Masses is a set of pencil and ink drawings on Japanese paper that display reflections of the city seen as a Big Mass. On one side, an urban mix of skins of buildings that seem a big wave of numerous groupings of people, mate- rials and sounds forming a colorful and homogeneous body.
My interpretation from the grid of the contemporary City, is an attempt to show their spontaneity, expose the volumes and display their profiles. On the other side, the exhibition reflects on the possibilities between the public space of the urban experience and the inhabited mass and invisible reality of the private life, the city that we don’t see but we can imagine. The densely populated cross sections drawings of the district of Kowloon called the “Walled City” in Hong Kong, was a big source of inspiration to create the domestic dimension of memories, situations and atmospheres displayed in the exhibition.