Maps, not maps 

   
 As part of an ongoing response to the old war hospital site at #Brindleyvillage I have been looking at how to ‘draw’ the unseen- the parts that are no longer there. 
I am not normally a fan of digital drawing, the quality of the lines made to me are somehow flat and unexciting. However I have discovered an app called Sketches Pro which allows layering of digital transfers and transparencies and this suits my printmakers mind.    

 I am interested in how I can use this as a developmental tool in formulating a response to the footprint left at the war hospital site. The only architectural remains now are square concrete post-holes and bits of moss covered brick- mostly square in shape. These remnants, combined with aerial maps of the area in the 1940s have been combined to form abstract pattern:    

   

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