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There is an impulse to make objects out of familiar mundane materials reminiscent of traditional everyday chore. The act of making is fused with the interest in combining practice with performance and routine with ritual. Natural progression comes into existence if the art process is allowed to take its course and substance becomes tangible. Presented here is an account of such a progression. What can be said of an art process if it does not yield a deeper awareness?