Amy Green My work consists of continuous cycles of small-scale pencil drawings both in books and on loose-leaf paper. Through repetitive drawing practice the marks I make become familiar, I then work beyond my own familiarity, paring things down to their essential, their still points in the turning world. Each drawing feeds the next. There are questions but no conclusions. Although an entirely connected body of work, each page is individually composed, balanced and closed. The vocabulary I use as an artist is distinctive as ‘drawing’, that is line to paper, however, I believe drawing to be something less easily defined: as connected more to a process of thought than to physicality. In as much as a drawing is indefinable, the placement of a drawing and the placement of an audience will define it. I see the process of drawing and the act of exhibiting as two distinct phases within the one activity of drawing.