This table questions the hierarchy of dining table by discussing the difference between ‘being at the table’ and ‘interacting around the table’ moving the body from static expectation into dynamic encounter. The table consists of 5 parts, numerous corners and legs with the possibility to be re-assembled and assembled in numerous configurations. Each configuration offers deliberately indeterminate opportunities to be configured by the body and its performance. Photography Frederik Petersen and Ivana Wingham.
Delayed In/Slip Out Time Door discusses two opposing temporal subjectivities through bespoke designed concave mirror handle in respect of folding of static interior of domestic setting and mobile exterior of the house through the body. Photographs by Frederik Petersen.
Some walls can be made into and others can be drawn onto – a speculation made on the assumption to how we wish to engage with them. I therefore developed ways of thinking and drawing walls differently from each other as each of them suggests a possibility of working differently with bodily, material or environmental predictions. In order to extend spatial layering through unconscious time during conscious experience and in the case of Holding Wall – Kitchen discusses the multiplicity of engagement with the wall, so much that it spills out of the wall onto the table or any other horizontal surface. Photographs by Frederik Petersen (and few by Ivana Wingham).