In response to the theme of observation, I created a portrait of a skylight using photographs and Inkscape vector software. When observing the skylight I noted the interplay it had with it as the observer. The portrait is divided into panels that serve as a sort of procedure of play. Through this exercise I discovered the geometric form of the object was less important than the friction of play of objects within it (in this case my stretched out arms, or my mind wistfully hoping to reach beyond). Similar ideas are explored in 'The Book Ritual' by Alistair Aitcheson where they play on our experience with physical books and alter the procedure of play to create a new relationship with the object.