Sophia Dixon Dillo: I draw with light. I intercept the movement of daylight across a surface with a clear, reflective material, in order to create linear abstractions of light and shadow. These works are drawn by time, witnessed by the viewer, and disappear as quickly as they came. Their forms are reminiscent of the movement and repetition of the pencil and the hand, yet created through minimal manipulation of a single non-traditional drawing material such as vinyl. These works are continually shifting and changing as the daylight moves. They are drawings in motion. The transient nature of the work is then documented, and reproduced in digital form.