Siddhartha is the story of a man who tries to find his role in life in order to achieve Enlightenment. He is described as a stone falling through water, always trying to remain focused on his goal. Chalk illustration to embodies this comparison, looking to Indian and Buddhist art for its color and forms. Siddhartha was constantly changing paths, gradually finding his right role through many lessons. The chalk mimics the imperfection and accumulation of knowledge. In the New York Trilogy, three detective stories deal with characters that descend into madness. Literature and writing are recurring elements, so notebooks were burned, wet, buried, smeared with ink, and cut until they matched the psyche of these unsettled individuals.

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