Much of my work exists dancing a fine line of two-dimensional, three-dimensional, video, and whatever other form I document it in. I keep an occasional sketchbook of three-dimensional work that is temporary; this sketchbook lives in photos. Most of this work is exploration that shows me how to finish a work or began.
Structural exploration is critical to pushing the boundaries of what one creates and how one navigates the world. Often artists leave it behind so as to avoid the possibility of failure. I have always viewed failure as the best part of creating. After all, how else do you learn something new or possibly achieve something inspiring?