Recording The Experience of Seeing.
To be in the studio is to be removed from the very things that create the desire to make work. It serves as an insulated bubble, where observations from the outside world can be brought and refined. Being sealed away in this vacuum creates a situation where information can be reclaimed and turned into something new. In this environment, a balance has to be struck between the recording of genuine facts and how this is translated into a parallel language.
Each new piece of work takes its own particular journey as descriptions are laid down in ways that range from the measured to the haphazard. Accumulated attempts pile up until something emerges that takes the piece to an unpredicted end.