To view the breadth of an artist is important, reviewing some of the early work at the building blocks stage, helps in understanding why some attempts held promise or where they may be linked to later works.
The street artist Banksy observed: "I've learnt from experience that a painting isn't finished when you put down your brush – that's when it starts. The public reaction is what supplies meaning and value. Art comes alive in the arguments you have about it." Banksy's idea on the work opening up conversation is in some ways the seed of culture and all about process.