Inspiration comes to us at the most unexpected times, often years after the event occurs. It could be a conversation, an image in the paper, a statistic, or a refrain of music that drops in on us and feeds our work. In one instance, I was working in the field on my latest installation and my mind revisited a particularly moving performance that I watched two years ago of a contemporary ballet duet by Lar Lubovitch Dance Company at UMass Amherst. I have thought about the inspirational communication and expression that was exchanged between the two dancers as it applies to my own work.  There is a dance between the materials and myself, the environmental factors and the installation, even the sheep and my work. Even though you cannot see the dance production, I would like to share the music and perhaps you can experience it through listening. Incipit Vita Nova, for Male Alto, Violin, Viola & Cello, Anne Marie Dryer.. album Bryars:Vita Nova. Enjoy