The text is written by the artist and includes passages and sketches from her journals. Scattered among the paintings are quotes from people who have had an impact on her and her work; names as varied as Jung and Alice Walker, Rilke and Leonard Cohen. Witt calls the work a "voyage of discovery . . . an exploration of whether the body of work, over the last 20 years or so has something to say in and of itself."
This companion to On Alternate Days: Book One offers more insight into Nancy Witt's journey in art by including many questions asked of her over the years and her answers. It has a narrative flow that probes deeper into her thoughts about not only the finished works, but their creations along the way.
Sparse on text, the focus of inbetween is the images themselves. It offers an opportunity for quiet contemplation and reflection and includes a selection of images from Jeremy's first fifteen years with photography.