In June 2019, I participated in Rimon’s annual P’Chotchka (a variation on the Pecha Kucha). I was invited to collect 18 images that have inspired me, as an artist, and allowed me to share something about my artistic process. Then I was asked to speak about each one for only 18 seconds.
I organized my P’chotchka into three sections – a brief background of my history in paper cutting, a walk-through of my process for making a papercut, then then an exploration of the process for making a particular papercut, one that Rimon had commissioned, about a social justice issue.
To create this video, I added one introductory slide at the beginning, which is up for about 10 seconds. The rest of the video is the same restricted p’chotchka format – 18 slides, 18 seconds each.