Archeology of an Eye
Digital print of graphite and coloured pencil on photographic paper
99.1 x 121.9 cm
In the series Sans titre, Witness, and Archeology of an Eye, Tomas seeks to demonstrate the limits of the drawing as a discipline by scrambling frames of reference. He proceeds through a biomechanical approach where he finds shapes projected in an artificially lit room and transfers them graphically onto paper, then photographs them. It is from this perspective that Tomas derives his notion of “transduction,” in which an image is constructed by displacing it from one medium to another.