A process of making, remaking and adding.
Prints have only one side.
When you add something on there back, that back side gets its own life.
Backside might seems to be more interesting than the front. Sometime the front one is more interesting than the back.
But both of them are having the same importance. They couldn’t exsist without eachother. They are united. They are made into the whole.
In the end it is not important what is front and what is back.
The back side has also very utilitarian purpose: it is a holder for the prints. A support that allows the prints to stay on its own. In this way a two dimensional drawing of a building becomes a textile that covers a building.
And sometimes it even becomes the building.