"Light through Leaves" (1996)

"Light through Leaves," 1996
Iris computer print, archival water-based ink on paper (500 gsm Somerset Satin 100% cotton rag), produced by Cone Laumont Editions, New York, 20 x 30 1/8 inches (image size), 22 x 32 1/8 inches (paper size) Edition of 60
Courtesy the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

"I’m always drawing for projects, and writing. Making diagrams and measuring things. But also I like to draw as another way of thinking. And sometimes I think my drawings are like puddles. They’re like water puddles. You have all this paper and then you start to drop things in. And they are like a platform for accidents to happen."

- Gabriel Orozco

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