Design II: Motion

Material has logic

Material is always dynamic and has agency. By manipulating the shape and structure of material we can explore and observe the behaviour and resistance of a material. 

Paper stripes are transformed through rolling, crumpling and folding into small voluminous shapes.  When dropped or placed onto a surface they reveal their motion. It is possible to guide the speed, duration and direction of motion.

Material properties can be transformed through the change of their structure and form, as there always is a structure-function-relationship.