from the italian, duetto, a little duet.
an action or activity performed by a pair of closely
To understand someone else, you need to both capture your own thoughts as well as gauge the intention of the other person. Whether you are cooking a meal together, playing a duet or knowing when to take turns in conversation. Interaction changes our brains. Researchers have studied songs of female birds and how they join their mates to sing precisely coordinated duets.
Many of these new works have been done together. Tom begins and passes the piece to Jacqueline. At that point often collage is used to create form and structure. The piece is shared until they decide together when to stop working on an image. The viewer can decide which is a Tom mark and which is a Jacqueline. Some of the changes create a rich layering of surface and space.