Utterubbish Exhibition

n. 223, n. 228, book [1-200], book [201-500]
Presented at Utterubbish / Singapore Design Festival
Old Supreme Court, Singapore

Inspired by the useless/use less concept of Utterubbish, kwodrent presented an installation of four bound volumes in the Judge’s Chamber of Court Room 21. The book is represented as an unreadable abstract object/sculpture constructed from hexagonal net fabric or rice paper. Folding is applied as a singular and repetitive construction technique to create form and volume. The stitch points and fold lines are recorded as mathematical coordinates and equations.

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