While in residence at Farm Studios in rural Rajasthan, India, in December of 2019, I created ‘Thin”. Using locally purchased cotton thread, I knit a large shape, approximately five feet across, which, at a point, began to quickly and specifically taper into one and finally zero stitches. When completed, the finally piece was installed in a neighboring field and photographed with mountains and the unique landscape of the area in the background. The shape of the piece is metaphoric and personal and another important aspect of the piece is that the stitch is loose and therefore see-through. Although it changes perspective, everything is visible behind it and the light coming through makes visible variations and imperfections in the stitching.