9 figures is a temporary site-specific drawing of indeterminacy, seriality, cumulative production and non-objective minimal aesthetic.
9 figures explores potentials of a material line and repurposed post-consumer waste to delineate serial non-objective forms that gradually develop into an ecology of geometric entities.
Each figure arises from the unremarkable placement of nine steel tacks distanced from each other without a predetermined form outcome.
Linen yarn hand-coated with beeswax is used to connect each set of nine points to reveal a unique assembly of irregular polygons.
Each locus is accentuated by a small disc of industrially painted aluminium, hand cut from post-consumer drink cans.