When I worked on this series of sculptures, I was experimenting and observing how smooth polymer surfaces fold and bend... Read More
When I worked on this series of sculptures, I was experimenting and observing how smooth polymer surfaces fold and bend under the influence of fire, water, and dry air flow. This process takes many iterations and every result is unique and unpredictable. Folding a smooth surface creates structures that look like living forms. This is not accidental - folding is a process that constantly occurs in living organisms, so to speak, constructs living organisms. Protein polymers folding into double bags create cell membranes. The tissues of the embryos folding and bending create cavities in which internal organs develop. Landscapes occur when tectonic forces meet each other and one force flex another one. This process is fundamental not only for matter, but more broadly. Bruno Latour wrote that people are folded in the non-human, developing the philosophical concept of the Gilles Deleuze.
This series work is a study of how the folding of surfaces gives rise to structures that Plato would have considered as Eidos. Something alive and beautiful comes out of the simple processes. Wood bark is used in this object, which does not stand out against the background of polymer surfaces but flows to each other, symbolizing how small the line between organic and inorganic matter is when the generating processes are alike.
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