Step one: experimenting with recycling my invoices, receipts, private documents, advertisements and anything that seems in need of censorship and encryption. Step two: experimenting with how to make paper that shape-shifts using muscle wires, origami techniques, and what ever else I come up with.
A physical interface for facilitating novel acoustic experiences of spaces. It is based on a wearable echolocation system that uses ultrasound detectors and signal receivers. Though the concept is simple, and in principle examples can be found both in the realms of art, science (also as an aid to the visually impaired), the Echoscope transposes the peaks and troughs of the detected signals onto musical compositions, shifting the sound-shape of the compositions as the user moves through any given space.
Subculture in my refrigerator. I found a forgotten box of creme fraiche at the back of my fridge last week. Goodness knows how long it has been there. Opening the lid revealed a secret bacteria culture growing inside. Such texture, such detail, such colour! I couldn’t throw it out. I have decided to keep it locked up until it either has nothing left to grow on, or becomes too scary.
Box Sets of People
Order sets of people for social and cultural events.
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Target group: anyone planning a special event.
Flight Bags. Transparent and resealable
Photographs that muse over EU flight safety regulations
Dangerous liquids, body fluids
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