Addicted to the Line
Of course there is a rhinoceros present. At once possibility and fulfillment, this is a drawing on taking in, what its protagonist takes in, he himself made up by lines, agreeing on paper as in real time on the need for the drawn matter.
Note the tiny waves in the line, indicating the continuation of the pen. It is not just a line; it is a created one. An elephant can walk it.
We follow suit in the true meaning of "addiction": We surrender.
|Víctor Vélez, Addicted to the Line, May 20, 2015.|