‘However, there is another drawing that emerges in the absence of any antecedent stimulus or provocation; which does not follow, but is initiated instead in the hope of making manifest that which could not have been conceived of at the outset nor planned for in advance. In doing and being so, this drawing draws rather than is drawn. It no longer draws on - by making a demand on - the observable world nor on the powers of the imaginary.’

Emma Cocker, The restless line, in: Hyperdrawing, p. xiii, 2012