Of special note on this work is that it is printed
on both sides, using the same mahogany wood block, and using both
sides of that block for printing.
The muted, more matte colors are achieved by printing
from the back side, saturating the rice paper. The more glossy,
more shinny inks are printed on the front side, creating a nice
contrast with the muted ones saturating through from the backside.
When the work was completed, the mahogany wood block was taken to
a sawmill and sliced, making mirror images which became the
foundation for "Enter
Into, Adherence"; and "Adherence