At first threre is a thought, a very vivid, three-dimensional thought of a form, a room that I can go into, I explore it and let it enchant me. I would like to grasp and experience it over and over again.
The form is very complex, built of different colors, structures, shapes and scents and depending from where I look, everything changes.
I have to make decisions, reduce it to the essentials and find a way for a logical realization in order to give the construct of my thoughts, which is by no means logical, a place in this world of tangible things. I focus myself on one kind of material, one or two colours; everything else distracts me and redirects my thoughts. I capture the three-dimensional form that spreads out in front of my inner eye, unfold it to the second dimension, sketch it and cut it out with the awareness that every cut is a final one.
The cut out drawing lies in front of me, one flat piece, my unfolded thought.
I bend and fold it to the third dimension.
I’m excited to see if it really grows the way that I’ve imagined.
I enter the room again, half in thoughts, half in reality.
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