Dazzle became one of the main centrepieces of my 2017 Current at Catto show. At 200cm wide, it's long enough to walk past, and view in sections as you do so, rather than take in as a single piece. Since my first beBop study, one of the strands I’ve been working with has been the idea of making pieces that are big enough to walk past, and engage with, in sections, in much the same way that a Chinese scroll painting is intended to be viewed, one part at at time. So it seemed entirely plausible that I could crop a shorter passage from the whole, a kind of chapter if you like, that could be read as a standalone piece. After some experimentation, it seemed quite clear that the central 12 bars would make for the best crop, and so I edited that section for this Print Club edition, a 10 colour pigment print on the 100% cotton Somerset paper.