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A digital visual diary that documents the process that underpins my work along with the thoughts and ideas generated from engaging in these processes.

Process Update

This update is the first of many posts (belated mid-December update) that I will be adding to the blog over the coming days and weeks (months). I intentionally didn't edit or review any of the material I collected while immersed in this month of solitude with the winter landscape, so hence the late response to December's work. I wanted to look at all the material with fresh perspective once this space no longer surrounded me. Over the course of the past month, I compiled a lot of images, both still and moving, as well as drawings and a huge amount of writing (well, huge for me anyway). I have just started to go through it all now that I have arrived back in Reykjavik. And slowly the pieces of the puzzle are all starting to fit together. 
What I have realised is that I have become an avid weather watcher over the past month - not surprising really, considering the extremes that can happen over the course of a single day here.

The following footage is one of the many storms I experienced while here in Iceland. What I appreciate about this particular footage is the pace that the storm sets. It is initially difficult to tell if you are looking at a still or moving image. This piece requires time to slow down to see the movement of air; to match the pace of the weather system as it tracks across the afternoon sky.