London based artist Jack J Hutchinson's work evokes notions of automatic writing through the process of obsessive, compulsive mark making. Drawing is used as a way of confronting the inner self, with repetitive processes used to counteract deep-routed fears and anxieties.
Using both digital and physical processes, thousands of tiny pencil marks are organised into different forms where the micro construction and macro shapes are both evident. Within the surface's apparent simplicity, patterns reveal themselves.
They suggest anything from far distant galaxies to the inner workings of the human body. Drawings that leave us questioning greater things such as notions of time, space and human existence.
Over the course of 2013, Hutchinson will be producing 64 new digital drawings on iPad. Follow the Digogaphy project here: