'The structure snowballed sweeping up the ruins of its own previous arrangement, gradually being elevated into the air using a precarious system of levers and pulleys. I was interested to make a self contained 'orbital' work which pulled itself together from the matter around and then span apart. The periodic tea breaks were of course as necessary to daily labour as the periods of making, and also provided conversational loopholes in which I could connect with anyone in the building at that moment. Rolling lasted for one day.' Kit Poulson, 2011
Kit was a Cocheme Fellow at Byam Shaw School of Art, Central Saint Martins in 2009/10.