For this group exhibit I was asked by the gallery owner to participate with work that in essence was unsellable. The idea was to let the public see a different side of art you normally wouldn't find in a gallery. I was in the middle of creating a new series and couldn't immediately figure out an approach without compromising my current workflow. Then I realized I had been photographing everything I have been creating, mostly for my own documentation and that by definition you can't buy a process, so I decided to laminate a series of photos so the public could get a an idea of what precedes a series of art work and could get a look in the mind of an artist. The gallery owner decided to connect them and hang them from the sealing, which was a great way to exhibit them.