Rolling up the pieces to keep them safe was a final light bulb moment.
The project raised questions of ownership and respect, tied in with an understanding that interventions would be irreversible. There were long periods of contemplation, once started there would be no going back. I used the process as an opportunity to learn, eventually letting go of the need to produce something "good".
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