January 1, 2021, marked the five year anniversary of this daily drawing fiasco called Daydrawing. In celebration of the project, and to aid their dispersion across the planet, I featured a set of five drawings from the archives each week through the end of 2020. Forty drawings total. The sale is over, but the works are still available to contemplate and collect HERE

These are the drawings of WEEK 8: the five final additions to this little project flashback. How appropriate that New Year's Day 2020 should be a storm cloud. For this last week, and to reflect on the passing of 2020, I collected a set of five ways of looking at a storm in the supplementary universe. These are all fairly recent (December 2019 through February 2020).

Unframed $250, Framed $350
Examples of framed drawings:

Framed drawing installed, and available for purchase, at Portrait Society Gallery, Milwaukee
Example of Ten drawings installed.

(left) Single framed drawing (160711). Available for purchase at Portrait Society Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
(right) Set of ten drawings installed. Courtesy of Henry Lee House, Denver, CO

Drawing As Hyperobject

Every day I complete a drawing and each of these is a small piece of a much larger object called Daydrawing. Since January 1, 2016, I have added one panel per day to the drawing. Of key importance to the work is that it has no defined size and is in continuous creation. The drawing is conceived to exist in many locations at once; it eludes time and space in its scope.

Each daily addition is rendered in powdered graphite and is a keyhole view into a supplementary universe, a hallucinatory daydream that responds in part to observations throughout my day, and in part to narratives already at play within the Daydrawing universe.

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Christopher T Wood