Further explorations into folding experiments led me to dissecting the original images of the silo buildings. The new objects reveal details of the structure that would otherwise be lost. I am playing with the memory of the paper as the folding progresses, intertwining my own memory as spaces are selected or removed. This hands on methodical way of working, becomes my meditative practice. By pushing these boundaries I am brought to new places. As the new work grows, older work becomes less engaging. This reminds me of the importance of pushing boundaries in the way that I work, my mantra of ‘what if’ is ever present at this stage.