using the fingers as a drawing tool to work directly onto the object, the piece seeks to de-materialise the art object, through the removal of a 'observational' representation. the use of video merges both act and work (static) and bares witness to the actual performance of making

re-interpreting the 'walking art' of Hamish Fulton and Richard Long, the boot itself, now static, but once active, becomes the landscape in which to walk/draw. the fingers trace and feel the surface, and are then finally removed, leaving a transformed object and an mental imprint of the drawing in the viewers mind