ALEJANDRO CASAZI

Graphite Etchings

Graphene | 2011 (img.1)
Graphite Etching on Paper*
39 x 27 in.

Graphene (Detail) (img.2)

Santa Barbara/34°25′33″N 119°42′51″W | 2011 (img.3)
Graphite Etching on Paper*
39 x 27 in.

Breath V | 2010 (img.4)
Graphite Etching on Paper*
27 x 19 in.

Ballare | 2009 (img.5)
Graphite Etching on Paper*
17 x 34 in.

 

Exhibition Shots

 

Graphite Etching is an experimental printing technique I developed in which the graphite is etched inside of the paper. The final result looks like a delicate drawing of graphite over paper. The original intention of this technique is based on the conduction of sound through the graphite drawings. In this technique, the graphite is etched in equal channels on the paper creating proper circuits of graphite (able transmit electric impulses) of equal thickness.These prints create channels of equality throughout the paper, an equal connection throughout the surface of the print.

CAF Exhibition Photographs courtesy of: Wayne McCall