To me, a horizon is more of a concept that an actual line- why? You can never get there.
One thing I do constantly in my work is seeking out new territory- in imagery and processes.
Currently, I am trying to achieve dimensionality with the use of a needle and thread and a few common materials to sculpt the surface of the fabric.
In this piece, I've used hemp, kitchen string and crochet cotton to form an abstract image of a neuron. Horizons begin in our brains, we look for them, strive for them, and constantly new ones appear. Neurons connect in many dimensions, ever changing and expanding, just like artists who are always seeking new challenges.