The conjuction of time, process, the beginning of the idea and its subsequent transmitting to the physical world is what I am pursuing in the work "Everything Happens For a Reason." The end result is a book - object. Ink stains on a paper are one of the simplest principles of graphic capture of a moment: the repeating action of paper folding, applying a certain, gradually-expanding amount of ink on paper and its subsequent load of the same weight. Still equal / unequal human activity always with a different result. Despite the effort to authentically replicate the process, it is impossible to create two equal series of spots. In the book format I arranged the spots so that they mutually form their trusty mirror imprints in the two opposing pages, although each spot is unique. As a result a 200 page book with the same amount of different spots is created.