Remember the string art kits of the 1970’s? Each kit included: a piece of wood covered in black felt with a pattern marked in numbered dots, a handful of small nails, several multi-coloured skeins of string and an instruction booklet. You hammered the nails into the dots, then followed the instructions to wind the coloured string around the nails in a numbered pattern. This abstract process would lead to a recognizable picture, for example an owl.
These string arts are a bit like that, only without numbers or instructions. And a lot bigger. And no recognizable owls, although sometimes there is a floating sense of movement.