The dazzling lines of Kim Habers’ drawings are reminiscent of city maps, streams of consciousness or proliferating vegetation. Habers describes her work as a carefully constructed image of the internal world of thoughts and emotions of an overwhelming nature, but which can nevertheless be controlled by concentration. She regards her drawings as an on-going, dynamic process that is continually taking on new forms and generating new meanings. Her method of working is extremely labour-intensive and benefits from seclusion. As its creator, Habers becomes completely immersed in her work, but an onlooker also gets lost in the spatial pattern of lines with their continually changing forms and perspectives. The works show that by surrendering to your senses of sight and touch, you can take control of your identity and your place in the world and in life. Drawings provide Habers with an expressive footing.