Since 1996, Ingrid Calame has been tracing things that generally go unnoticed — paint blobs on studio floors, sidewalk splatters, rusted industrial signs — and translating them into paintings and wall drawings. In recent interviews, she has said, "When I started this, the idea was that the whole surface of the world is a potential drawing," while she has also noted that "my paintings and drawings are not maps at all, but the project itself has to do with a cartographic desire... More >>>