to be lost is to be fully present, and to be fully present is to be capable of being in uncertainty
– Solnit, R. (2005). A Field Guide to Getting Lost. Edinburgh, Scotland: Canongate Books, p. 6
Ruthlessly stolen from Carolyn Roy without her permission (who cited Solnit in some of her own writing), but I thought it might be useful given this stage of your thinking, practicing.
Carolyn asks this:
Possibly because I missed the session I find myself at a loss with regard to this week’s task – my practice? a version of? a potted practice? or aspect? or way of looking, a summing up…….. Am I producing an object through which others will know my practice?
I think the last question here Carolyn is useful. I would rephrase it as: “I am producing an object by/through/via which others might develop understandings of my project”
It might be a version, a summary, a translation, the off-cuts; it might be a particular part of your practice/project or its whole.
Does this help at all?