I. MAKING THE OBJECT DISAPPEAR
what if the object is demolished from the inside?
what if the object is reduced to its structural essentials?
what if the object is buried?
what if the object is deconstructed from its bottom?
what if the object is deconstructed into separate slices?
II. THE CONSTRUCTION OF A GROWING NON-OBJECT
-moving heavy materials
-designing planned obsolescence?
An unfolding ‘carpet’ like interior –
In the new interior there is no labour, no value, no program. Its aesthetic is the non-finito. Its only boundaries are the horizon. It is an interior of ephemeral processes which will not be here tomorrow, and will never be the same as now. So big, it creates a desire to start-up.
Reference by Andreas Wannerstedt-