Touch Motion is a series of body-contact prints made with copper grease – a material used in mechanical engineering. I started by drawing an 8:10 grid on a sheet of glass. After covering my hands with the copper grease, I placed them onto the surface of the glass and performed a series of predetermined gestures using the grid as a guide. I then laid a sheet of paper on the glass, allowing the copper grease to penetrate the fibres of the paper. This results in strange residue images of human presence in motion.