The artist unveils what is hidden and seen all at once. Her gossamer-like drawings made on delicate sheets of dark paper carry the imprint of patterns, journeys and travels still to come. Her works stop the participant in stoic silence – as the blackness envelops the viewer and patterns unravel – quietly becoming visible. The series takes its name from the words Prieta, meaning very dark skin, and pitch meaning "the distance between successive corresponding points or lines".
Courtesy Asia Contemporary Art Week