Using simple grids and a pen plotter, these works are printed with water based inks on moistened plastic sheets. Chaotic marks occur and build up as the ink interacts with the non-porous surface, producing mediated digital productions. The process turns machinic marks into what could be perceived as expressive and organic gestures, calling into question the meaning of such marks in the context of mechanical reproduction through their distortion and fragmentation during the production process. The ink attempts to adhere to the plastic through an over application of enamel paint. This encases the temporality of a normally fleeting moment into a material state of elapsed time.