|At first I found this metal wall icy but I quickly grew attached to it. I love the way it encourages spontaneously putting things up with magnets. And you can write or draw on it with crayon too and it washes off. Play, lightness, change.|
|Seaweed - even large specimens - stick to wall because of their inherent stickiness.|
|Sheep's wool gathers on fences and around trees. I pluck it off and pocket it. |
I am hooked on the smell and the oily, soft texture too.
|I've been enjoying drawing with the chunky crayon meant for kids. I've discovered you can smudge it with wool.|
|The Coracle: a boat carried on one's back|
|Oatcakes make the perfect studio snack.|
|Nathalie sends 2 packages from Montreal: |
1. a child's coat that appears to be a lower-class variation of the suit I took apart in 2009.
|2. a collection of soaps. |
Both feel like remnants from past works, though are new to me.