I came across Korean ink while taking the Woodcut class within the first half of my exchange semester. I absolutely fell in love with its depth of color and the shiny texture after fully drying. The ink soaked into the paper beautifully so I bought a big flat paintbrush and everything went downhill from there. I had so much pleasure in the process and only stopped because I was out of paper. It was initially inspired by another class called „Physical Workshop“ in which our professor emphasized creating analog elements such as patterns, marks, scribbles using brushes, cardboard, paper, and anything else we could get our hands on. Creating marks was what I enjoyed the most so I did more in my free time which slowly turned into a series of 30 artworks.