We Are All Measured Together
Wall piece with 48 pairs of A4 drawings
Graphite on paper
Dimensions 220cm x 740cm
Platform A Gallery
We Are All Measured Together comprises 48 pairs of A3 drawings, made over a three month period using a specially constructed drawing apparatus. The work can be considered as the record of a studio based process of 'testing', both of the limits of the apparatus and of Kennedy's own control over it.
Recalling the paintings Factum I and II by Robert Rauschenberg, each pair of drawings was made in an attempt to mirror one another. These drawings seem arrest motion in a series of dynamically shifting, repeated forms, a group of imperfect twins whose small differences and imperfections create a carefully balanced, but inherently flawed, symmetrical harmony.