I enjoy process. I enjoy immersing myself in making and seeing layers of physical work build upon one another to create a finished work. So much of what I enjoy in my practice is the developmental stages, the engagement with the work and the physical involvement of creating. It’s one of the main reasons why I am interested in creating works that are engaging to the senses, transferring even a small part of my making experience to the user who experiences the finished product.
The process of creating Between Spaces was quite long one, a large scale work of many small components, each with layers of processes. I decided I wanted to document some of that. Snapshots of techniques involved, and a suggestion of the repetitive nature of making. I didn’t document every stage, partially to avoid a documentary length video, but admittedly mostly because I got too involved in the making aspect and forgot about the camera!