This sculptural weaving is abstracted fairytale involving two individual bodies separated by an indeterminate amount of distance.
There are windows inside of each, they can act as a mirror of each other or as a window through to each other. Reflecting back on each other, similar but still different.
There is also a single red thread, almost invisible, that is shared by the two bodies. This thread then acts as a metaphor for an unbreakable connection between the two that exists outside of space, memory, and time.
Red can be a metaphor for love, for blood, for war, for passion. We respond to it the same way we do a throbbing vein; visceral focus.