But I think, for me, very much a scrap-work method that addresses seams as an overlap rather than a fold. But then also and most of all, a combination. Assembled from available parts or elements. Components. In a sort of Grab Bag technique. A just going kind of piecing. But not without thought.
How that encourages free form. Which in turn encourages new form, which encourages reconsideration. Which eventually encourages evolution.
I cannot talk enough about this today. Early rise and a day filled with things you wouldn't choose to do but better get done. So let me get through it and then my days will be more open.
A few days back. I wrote: ( sort of a stream of consciousness thing)
TwilightZone. HeartHead has lost sight of her own face.
It is floating somewhere beyond reach. Like a tomorrow.
Where are we? I need new Eyes.
Spring is not far off. Dreaming of it.
It's raining. A lot.
Faces come out of the Rain. People are Strange.
And that is how this happened. By considering those words.
Alignment is a big thing in composition I think. Here. Aligning with the rain, and the idea of faces coming out of the rain. Creating what I often call Sympathetic Evolution. Change through connection. Flow. Ultimately new form.
HeartHead. Being Winter Rain.
I made an audio today, because I had thoughts, but really, really, I am going to forget how to do all this if I put to much space between doings.