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Usually, every mark on paper is accounted for and calculated to take some sort of form by the end of the process."The Dopamine Series: Escape Through Mind Exploration," the latest solo show of Adlita Stephan presents a series of elaborate mixed-media drawings, all created between 2013 and 2015 . She used ink, charcoal, oil pastels and acrylics to laboriously craft intricate and repetitive patterns of spirals, dots, numbers, lines and letters. An untitled ballpoint pen-on-paper work, 130x70cm, is distinguished by three conflicting designs.An unembellished gray line streams across the paper, like a sort of barrier, as tiny lines stack up in rows below it.In one drawing, a collection of suspended green dots appears to drizzle to the bottom of the medium like grains of sand.
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