Seems to, so is a site specific object installation exhibited in The Back Loft, Dublin as part of Salon D' Exploration, 2013.
One of the initial uses of The Back Loft as a Victorian clothing factory presented forgotten layers of a buildings memory. The result focuses on the qualities and mechanisms of sewing machines and the process of sewing; which were integral elements of the work done during the building’s time as a clothing factory. During 'Salon d'exploration' the sound of sewing machines once again permeates the space. The work draws attention to the object in a pure state, allowing the object to control it’s own production and perform according to it's own working characteristics while threading the beams of the building.
Sewing machines, thread on beam, sewing machine drawing