1. The logistics (and cost) of posting parcels around the world means that the works we produce are mostly small in size. Is this inevitable or is it possible to produce a larger scaled work?
2. The splitting of a large number of artists into sub-groups means that the work we each produce is mostly shared only with the others in our sub-group. Is it possible to produce a work that is equally accessible to all?
3. One of the defining features of Sarah Bodman's An Exercise for Kurt Johannessen was its ephemeral nature - it ceased to exist almost as soon as it was created. Should (and if so how should) this be acknowledged?
4. Editioning can be tedious. Is there a way of making the end point seem more than the satisfactory execution of a multitude of repetitive tasks?
The result is an installation that existed for the time it took for a record to be made of its existence.