When you have a kid it's hard not to start strategising about how you're gonna manage to keep doing the things that don't directly contribute to your kids happiness and wellbeing... The two most obvious models seem to be: save all your enthusiasm and confidence up for big projects that take you away from the family unit for a clearly defined and agreed upon duration, making sure that when you return you pay extra attention to the millions of grievances that make up your domestic life, while simultaneously struggling with the inevitable resulting guilt at having abandoned yr responsibilities in order to pursue your little hobby which isn't actually generating any income at the moment Kerry... The second is to just lean into it and fucken do the stuff whenever you get a sec. Rest Baby Yin is definitely testament to the accumulative power of the second model. A body of work that is fiercely personal while eschewing sentimentality at every turn; the thing is somehow meaty and weightless at the same time.