My laminated pile of papers is building up but it’s hard to glue the sheets perfectly, unless I do each one separately and let it dry, which would take more time than I want to give it. Then I thought about the work that Kirsten Lavers was doing at the Bargehouse: Admitting the Possibility of Error. She starts with a perfect circle; each circle after that is a copy of the one before. What happens is that wobbles (errors) are magnified, but that is what creates the pattern. And so it is with my laminations. The ridges and dips are what will create the pattern of the strata.
So that’s OK then.