2016. Silk and paper.
This work appropriates the term which usually refers to the resolution of a play, film or narrative, when all of the strands of the story are unravelled and explained. It's literal meaning, however, is 'to untie'.
Considering this true translation, the work is hand-woven from silk, and covered in a sea of over 4,500 hand-tied paper knots. It challenges the notion of perfection by using something imperfect, a knot, to create something beautiful; to see imperfection as perfection.