I admire and appreciate the historical tradition of Japanese papermaking which entails hours of preparation and allows for little miscalculation. Papermaking requires a keen sense of touch and an ability to feel the correct balance of additives, fiber and water. The culmination of craft is represented in Pulp through an installation of selected objects that are displayed in the same home in which I created them. Pulp expresses my dedication to the medium of paper and to the formation of an imagined setting where negative and positive space are at play with handmade forms that break from predictable flatness and ascend into light-weight dimensionality. To notice the forms singularly at one moment and then all together in the next enables viewers to navigate this work of art and craft with fresh eyes.