The process of making is most commonly comprised of three primary components: the maker, the making, and the made.  These elements follow a simple formula to accomplish their designated function: the maker performs the making which, in turn, produces the made.   

What may appear as a disparate collection of materials, techniques, and gestures actually comprises a singular body of work. Whether composed of an unwitnessed action, a projected idea, an internalized task, or a physical product each offers a new lens through which to view making. The collective results of these explorations, be they concrete or ethereal, question how making is manifest, recorded, interpreted, and ultimately understood.