b'MargotMargot in her studio, 2018. Photo: Monique Dohognethough, it holds an added fascination. One moreover that grows as individual pictures accumulate. I have a ritual, she explains, I have a large wall in the workshop. And in the course of constructing a set of drawings I hang them on it. In this way I have an overall view. I like to think that each drawing is a piece that forms a greater whole. Each drawing is independent but linked by an invis-ible thread to make a much larger entity. This comes together with my belief that every human being is linked and is part of one universal consciousness, like all beings on Earth. Colin Rhodes, October 2019 Note: all quotations from Margot are from personal communications with the author19'