‘It’s not the product, but the process that is important’ how often does that sound like an apology? Four days hauling, sewing, drilling and tweaking for two days exhibition seems out of proportion. I’ve called us ‘the workers’ because at times it felt like hard graft, but what endures are memories of ah-ha moments, how to use the space to best represent the work: an elegant tower of fish crates for the projector, a recycled rope cradle for the scallop listening station. The process was important; thank you (again) Sandy and thank you too Aidan.
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