One, Two , Three, Four, Five, Six, 2006
graphite on 25 individual sheets of tracing paper, 350cm x 500cm
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, began as a work addressing the idea of setting a task and the sense of accomplishment felt once it was achieved. However, the drawing evolved into an activity of meditation and became a refuge from many necessary, mundane activities. The sound of graphite on tracing paper and the counting to ensure that only 6 marks occupied each centimetre became a calming mantra.