Hand carving undertaken over six weeks preceding the exhibition date. The deadline determined the finish of the work in the same way a walk is measured between two fixed points. It was therefore not necessarily completed or finished but worked on until the time came. It was physically demanding, but just as carving an image from an object involves inversions, so too would the work's intention be an inversion; since I liked the idea that my hands were having an indirect massaging pressure on the sensory experience of those who chose to walk it. This was a connection and a response to the fabric of the gallery and its environment, and my encounter with the stone paths in Hong Kong a few months prior.