What is an object?
Imagine if we could practice and express our creative ability more often in everyday life.
If we would pay attention to details and really observe our surrounding, we might discover that we don’t really know it. Seeing objects from a new perspective means to really observe. Look at them and see them. Disconnect the connections we have to functions and conventions. Put our own reflections in relation to our surrounding and the products around us.
Think, interpret and discover the endless possibilities hiding behind the obvious.
The project is an analysis of the way we see and look at objects.
Three everyday objects have gone through an analysis of two phases (deconstruction and material change) in order to really observe them and somehow show the details we take for granted.
An analysis that became a method to create new form, to create objects to be observed. To be looked at and not to be taken for granted.