Weaving, knotting, twisting, experimenting to build up layers upon layers, line upon line. The plastic wire is soft, malleable and flexible, yet the surface is tough and strong, the object can be twisted and shaped, yet when trying to pull or tear, there is no give.
Networks, systems, nests and mesh spring to mind when viewing the object, with layers that weave and form into one another. I think about the continuation of line as the wire weaves between, under, through, above and below other wires, how the line is lost as it is weaved and layered, trying to follow it with your finger quickly loses direction. Handling the object is with ease, light material that is comfortable to hold, smooth yet bumpy, soft yet tough. Its lightweight structure adds to its flexibility, as it can exist on many surfaces; floating, hanging, standing.
Domestic material makes up the plastic wire shape, reminiscent to telephone or washing line wire it makes me think about how these things also relate to the idea of network, as a way of connecting or bringing things together. The object has a certain organic form about it also, that relates to natural systems and molecular structures.
Knotting and weaving processes that make up the object show a tactile tendency of making, one which is reflected when touching and handling it also.