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I made this video in 2006, and at the time I described it as:

“An experiment in non-linear writing using paper, tape and scalpel. In Envelope Constructions I concentrate on both the narrative contained by the text and the act of constructing the narrative. I work with envelopes because they are objects that I locate somewhere between things (figures) and paper (ground). The process of cutting, shaping, piercing, taping and sewing the envelopes enacts my process of writing, while the completed video is the location of the narrative I wrote: an incoherent, intentionally meandering narrative which always remains bound to the process of itself.”