On making

Nothing gets made in a vacuum. It’s not going to drop out of the sky, fully formed. Anyone who believes that is following themselves. No, things get made one step at a time. One experiment after another. We string together words and an idea forms. One idea upon another and there is a piece of work. Eventually.

Let’s not kid ourselves into believing that we can ever create a complete piece of work by sitting down and channeling it through. Let’s just do the thing that must be done: stack the blocks, move them about, create as you go. Step. By step.

By step.

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