LandEscape Art Review // Special Issue - Page 159

Tanya Ziniewicz Land scape CONTEMPORARY ART REVIEW invisible is the way you provided the visual results of your analysis with autonomous aesthetics: while walking our readers through the genesis of The Land series, would you shed light on your usual process and set up? In particular, what are your usual sources of inspiration? The land series initially began when I pulled a ball of hair from my hair brush and set it on my studio table. I started to study the ball of hair, using graphite on paper, until I realized what I wanted from it in my drawings. The studies developed into mounds –