Reinterpretation gives history more than one perspective. With this in mind, I reinterpret traditional narratives using contemporary images. My aim is to create more than one perspective on the narratives we live with today. When thinking about drawing, I think of line. There are many definitions of line and endless uses of the word, the oldest of which is "rope, cord, thread.” Historical narrative has many dispersed dots to connect-its lineage is not a straight line, or even one single line. Thinking of line as a rope or thread, what is the dominant line of historical narrative and where does this line fray?