Fig. 1: Mon—2, 1. 9. 1997

Initially I drew all these drawings (with the exception of Lord of the System 3) by hand with a rapidograph and a ruler. I wanted a computer—generated or computer—processed drawing. But, since I did not have a computer, I began to think like a computer instead. This way of thinking does not allow visual corrections.
Consequently, all relationships between elements in the drawing are exactly the way they are. They are not concealed, which is achieved subconsciously when drawing by hand. Later, when the opportunity arose, I transferred all drawings to a computer. I changed and combined some of them, but in the process I discovered that the implementation of a work of art has a special charm and that the computer deprives us of many things. But it is an excellent simulation tool.
In retrospect, I tried to arrange drawings into logical units. I added text that, again, in retrospect speaks about my thoughts triggered by the drawings. But this is only a small proportion of all my thoughts.

I designed linear drawings without any illusion of the third dimension. Nevertheless, every composition can be translated into sculpture.

Compositions, 1987—1992