I came across a blog post that began with the words...
“Products are an archive — the work is done. The process is what keeps me alive.”
and I was immediately intrigued. I wanted to share it because it investigates process-based work some of which includes textile processes. It was such a comfort to read about others coming to the same conclusions, sharing the same thoughts and feelings about their work as you have about your own work.
The article is called Gross Accumulation, Percussive Maps, and Finding One’s Way by Sharon Arnold who is part of a Seattle group called the Project Room.
I really encourage you all to check it out and let me know what you think.