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To-do lists are never about themselves, but always about a certain outcome to be achieved in the future. And in our goal-orientated world, they are the king of lists. The to-do list can be a tool for achievement or procrastination (“I could do this now but I’ll just write it down as a reminder for later”). Rather than focus on some future outcome, I wanted to celebrate the to-do list in its own right: the point an idea becomes manifest on paper. Through time-consuming and repetitive stitching I have translated those fleeting moments into lasting pieces of work. This obsessive, laborious process is the goal in itself.



Brigitte's To Do List 2016
26 x 13.5 cm
Silk and cotton thread


Richard's To Do List 2016
15 x 14.5 cm
Silk and cotton thread


Toni's To Do List 2016
20 x 10 cm
Silk and cotton thread


Christine's To Do List 2016
22 x 15.5 cm
Silk and cotton thread


Judy's To Do List 2016
31 x 21.5 cm
Silk and cotton thread


Gary's To Do List 2016
31 x 21.5 cm
Silk and cotton thread


Linda's To Do List 2016
21 x 19 cm
Silk and cotton thread


Cecilia's To-Do List 2010
42 x 13 cm
Silk and sewing thread


To-Do List 2010
37 x 28 cm
Cotton, sewing thread and needle


Ping 2013
37 x 28 cm
Silk and cotton and embroidery yarn