In The Small Spaces by French-Spanish artist Guillermo de Foucault (1996) there are some references to the workspace, to certain conventions of contemporary art and to the act of drawing itself.
It is a series of drawings and notes that make up a mental map where ideas are developed. The instantaneous nature of drawing and writing allows you to link ideas or develop small events that acquire independence from their initial intention. Marcel Duchamp speaks of the “art coefficient”, which consists of the relationship between what one wants to do or tell and the final form of the work, once it has been done. This idea is interesting to the extent that the artist manages to lose responsibility for what is produced, being the drawing itself the one that marks the next step to follow, ceasing to be the “ego” the center of the creative process.