In regards of demonstrating the ideas that are emerging in my current practice, I chose to write an experimental writing piece, based on my piece 'Sack Cloth and Ashes'. It partially demonstrates the ideas that came about in my death cafe work, as this really made me home in on the work as a catalyst, (I know all work can be said to do this) that I hadn't considered before, the hospital bed, the death bed, intimacy, and discomfort- all whilst highlighting an element of control. A large focus of this writing piece was to communicate the blurred lines between the artist, object, viewer, and I did this in two ways. First of all at certain points, I used footnotes to decidedly break the invasive persona of the narrator, who dually acts as the viewer's inner voice, into a secondary voice that appeared weaker, honest, and truthful. These can also said to be more dramatic, and theatrical. This fragile voice, were the more prominent thoughts that passed through my head, as I was writing in such a empowering role, in which different parallel encounters with the burlap bed are explored. Alongside this, I created a voice recording that can be reads alongside the text, and reads much like the design of the page into a funeral sermon. There are timed pauses as the writing transitions into the footnotes, and despite this change, the voice is the same. I have print screened the document to show the intended layout, and attached the audio file.