Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)
Euan Williams, Original (Colour), Paper (Number)

Original (Colour), Paper (Number) | Ritual - 2011-Ongoing

A meeting between 1 and 2.
2 is asked to bring some ink with them.
1 uses this ink to place a dot two centimeters above the bottom edge of an A5 piece of special paper.
The bottom centimeter of the paper gets submerged in water.
Slowly, the water crawls up the paper taking the ink with it. Certain components of the colour within the ink are heavier than others and do not travel as far; the colours split. During this process 1 and 2 are having a conversation.

Both participants have to jointly decide when the splitting of the ink should come to an end. The paper gets removed from the water, the process stops and the conversation is not allowed to continue. 2 is allowed to take the piece of paper away with them.

The split ink drawing becomes a map of a social encounter.








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