For the drawings Fabrice Souvereyns uses numerous recurring starting points. He opts for Simili Japon paper of the same size as a medium. A pencil, eraser and cutter are his only tools. He is exceptionally creative with very few resources and the resulting ‘colour palette’. The pencil touches the paper with varying degrees of force, from hard to soft; the lines hover between fragile and deep indentations. Heavy grey tones vie for the upper hand with grey-white tones. He does not plan series in advance; every drawing is unique. Without a story or theme, he spontaneously investigates with flowing lines in an initial phase. An intense observation of plants, the sun, clouds, waves and textile patterns serves as a vague guideline. The work process quickly develops an unpredictable vitality of organic shapes, an interplay between surface and depth, or the utilisation of mistakes he has made.