Conner was an eclectic and multi-talented artist. He worked in collage, sculpture, film and painting. He created these inkblot pieces for almost 40 years. The process involved folding a piece of paper like an accordion (like most of us did as school kids). He then placed drops of ink into the "accordion" and created symetrical marks and patterns. Sounds easy? Try it? It isn't! At least not to get the results Conner did.
The drawings shown in this exhibit date between 1992 and 2003.