To make is to be.
Makers make to find out what they think.
Making like thinking, is never static.
Making is thinking and interpretation in motion.
Making things is a bit like walking and thinking where the pace of making dictates the pace of thinking.
Making helps to organize, structure and focus thoughts.
What emerges out of this time based process is always very personal where the object becomes evidence and manifestation of this creative journey.
Making and objects matter because they bridge the physical with the metaphysical world.
To make is to be alive.
Ultimately, to make is to hold and shape OUR world between our hands.
Makers share that world with others.
To make is to be human.