‘Malleable State’ is a selection of objects created with a process that evolved from an experimental project ‘Sketch Objects’ (2013).
It explores the characteristics and expands the limits of paper. By layering sheets of paper with glue, the treated material becomes malleable that enables the maker to create various forms and “freeze” it in that state.
once dried, it bears the strength of wood and the aesthetic resembles leather or plaster.
Size: 40cm x 20cm Dia
Material: sheet paper, Resin finish coating.
It is now on show at London bridge hotel till May 2019.
Size: 20cm x 20cm Dia
Material: sheet paper, Burnt surface, Resin finish coating.
is a result of a new process in material treatment, which explores and expended the limits of paper.
Derived from my experiment project ' sketch objects', it challenges the perception of value by apply traditional craft principle in material treatment technique to a common material.
The result of the process transformed the characteristics of paper into an intriguing new form which bears the strength of wood and aesthetic of leather or clay.
the objects are the results of testing the new technique on an ordinary material.
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