I refer to the metaphorical concept of Indra's Net - originating in Hinduism and continuing through Buddhism - to explain our individual selves as nodes in a web of interconnectedness, each reflecting and reflected in others. This work pieces together perceptual fragments in order to make meaning of grand experiences. As such, it inhabits the liminal, containing or embodying the dark and the light, death and rebirth, personal and universal, and gives expression to the transformative.

As closure to the exhibition, a panel discussion was held on Saturday, November 7th, from 5 - 7pm which consisted of artists, educators, curators and art historians addressing the practice of collaboration, community and collectivity in the art making process and in the art world.