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Drawing is remembering, a deposition, a perspective, one's vision of an object, an image that starts from bias and moves toward accessibility, redrawn and over-written, some parts corrected, others fetishized and still others obliterated or buffed-out leaving only traces behind. The panel mounted drawings in this exhibition employ figures and motifs of cityscapes, gesturally evoking Los Angeles while avoiding iconic identity. This lack of specificity, while still familiar, allows the imagery to exist in a tense state between the particular and the general, a collective unconscious.