Any instrument, including our finger that moves over the sand of a beach or a drop of water spilt on a table, can generate a visible impression, imprint, or mark which we call a drawing.
Drawing is a primary action related to this imprint that our body produces in the world. It has been an essential form of public expression throughout history and is the simplest and most efficient way of communicating visual ideas.
The visible mark includes the various formal and technical approximations to contemporary drawing produced by a group of six artists from the Balearic Islands: Mònica Fuster, Albert Pinya, Cristòfol Pons, Isabel Servera, Cruz Ugarte, and Damiá Vives who favour the idea of this many- sided practice as the best visible imprint of what is human. This trace of life has its origin in work and certifies this essential identification of life and time.