Fascinated by ideas behind collapsible design I cut into a 2d surface with a pattern that deconstructed the plane in a way which allowed a 3d form to emerge by submitting it to the gravitational or tensional pull. I used Rhino modelling and laser-cutting to make these forms out of plexiglass hoping the material would reflect and play with light. Bending the stainless-steel rods by hand I incorporated a craft like aspect to the hybrid object.
The next step explored colour, light and sculptural space. A projection of coloured light transformed the object into a sensory spatial experience for the viewer and extended the interaction of the form with the space around it due to projected shadows and reflected light. Equally the surrounding space was reflected within the transparent forms. By choosing the scale of the human body I hinted at an interaction between the viewer and the installation. The mobile starts to move when a person is in motion around it.