Technology seems to be at the very heart of being human and has drawn me
toward Making that relies heavily on
complexity in experience, resources, and process. Add to that, pleasure
in the intimate relation of hand to material presence.
But that really isn't the case all the time and even if it was, wouldn't
make all that much of a difference. It's a thing more like the seed that
falls on good ground. The right wind. The right rain. Enough Sun. Being human can get in the way of that and usually does.
In other words- as odd as it sounds, I work to create instants where objects can spring into being. To take credit or blame for them is beside the point. They are what they are- revealing hidden thoughts of each beholder, but often little of themselves.
- Thomas Kite, 2016