Photographic drawings explores new ways of understanding the idea of drawing by distorting the grid through analogue photography.

The pictures were originally taken to experiment with photography and push its boundaries. The grid is photographed in a way that it loses its precision and rigidness. The photographs explore the balance between opposites: coherence and incoherence; order and disorder; perfect and imperfection. The results are patterns created by movement and a slow shutter speed. I interpreted these as drawings. Further experimentation of this idea involved manipulating the actual camera, creating stretched and interrupted images of the grid.