Drilling, sanding, and hammering

For each letter of the finalized text create->hatch/n, 8 holes were needed for the translated binary code. As a result, I spent a lot of time, drilling out and sanding the holes, and cutting dowels and fabric pieces. Each dowel piece was wrapped in dark (“O”) or light (“1”) fabric and hammered into the hole from the reverse side. The back needs cleaning up and a wire for hanging, but otherwise I’m surprised to have finished today and am really happy with the end work!


Empty clutch (create->hatch/n), fabric and wood, 16 x 8.5″, 2019

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