Incorporating own refractions of self and awareness, piece examines issues of ambiguity and purpose in my work. Confusion is transfigured to deliberate abstraction through a playful exercise that removes meaning from language, by converting it to a pattern with purely aesthetic qualities. A black line of thick acrylic paint divides the paper, splitting it in half. Resulting from a performative act, the repetitive motion of a custom-made ball covered with symbols creates illegible text prints in the form of stamping. Treating language as a transcription instead the event itself, the stamps leave a trace of indecipherability. Questioning divisions and oppositions between positive and negative, strokes embrace time and repetition as compositional elements. Moving pointlessly from one side to the other, the process builds new layers of meaning that the lack of context makes difficult to interpret.