The Kimbark studio complex remains my desired home. I am not there a lot these days but when I return it is always the place I want to be first. In this moment when it is reasonable to embrace a post-studio ethos, and perhaps, I am always making, no matter where I am or what I’m doing, nonetheless Kimbark is the anchor and altar of my life. The studio binds me to making, and when adjacent to a great problem of space or ideology or impulse, I can feel the spaces stand at attention, become warm in anticipation of the new thing and generously longing of my presence. I long for more time. Now that the spaces are distributed and several spaces at the same time function collectively as the studio, I am always consciously trying to create the right pre-conditions whereby art might happen alongside other things.