This work attends to the sense of touch and its intimate relation to time and embodied memory through the exploration of craft-based processes. It's seven components made from a single length of discarded cloth. Through an episodic choreography of touch - unweaving, embroidering, separating, winding, redistributing, wrapping, and entangling - a singularity becomes a collective that retains traces of its interconnectedness.
I understand the haptic as a shifting of proximities that unfolds in time. It comes together as an approach, a duration of contact, and a withdrawal.
It arrives. It lingers. It departs.
How do we touch time?
Touch is an embodied relation - it has a subject and an object.
Where does the boundary between holding and being held begin and end?
What and how do fingertips remember?
When something is remembered, it is also re-membered in the act of recollection. An object of memory - a memory object - is made and unmade within the duration of each remembering. How is memory held? Where do we hold it? For how long? How is it transferred?