Calculating Calculus

I thought this might be a good point to share a few hands on images. In the making of Calculus hundreds and thousands of decisions were wrestled and questioned in researching, collecting, sorting, selecting, organising, ordering, laying out, composing… The process is by its nature, a meditative and slow affair. I found myself considering how each tiny found fragment of rock laid out in each single row, echoed the minute subtle nuances and individualities embedded in all the rows of all the fragments of woven cloth I’d encountered in the V&A stores. Each unique mark and decision of infinitesimal difference subscribing to the language of the whole. Many thanks to all who assisted at every stage and to John Coombes for the following photographs taken in the studio…..  John   Coombes) John Coombes) John   Coombes) I have had a postcard printed of the piece. It will be for sale from the Taking Time tour venues.


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