Lavinia Lanner’s artistic practice centres around drawing, more precisely, 3B pencil on paper. The simplicity of the means is what she is interested in, being the most direct and immediate way of giving shape to thoughts, and, at the same time, allowing her to create and construct complex gestures with it. In small and large-scale formats, she pursues a drawing’s ability to slip into different roles, all being unfamiliar to the technique, such as sculptures, furry objects, metallic monuments, or brushstrokes. Other series include drawings of found objects, forgotten relicts of everyday life shown in a drawn close-up, resurrected in the new environment and context. Lavinia Lanner is interested in the ambiguity of shapes and their respective overlappings and boundaries.