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Video 3. Plasticity of materials, forms and structures

The rapid change and unquestionable mobility of forms and structures appears to have become rigid requirements for contemporary art and design. The typical metamorphosis found in nature now finds ordinary expression in the humanly crafted universe of visual and tangible decorative items. Plasticity and alteration are the new key features characterising the perpetual processes of becoming, abundant in the natural world.

The use of recycled plastic as a crafting material represents a rethinking of classical forms and substances and challenges the stability that once was the cornerstone of pre-modern art. Subtle transformations begin to redefine our perception of the familiar. Traditional structures and beauty standards are breaking down, making way for an ongoing process of change in which precise goals and estimates are no longer applicable. Continuous transformation so clearly expressed in the malleability of plastic becomes an inherent part of life. In this reimagined normativity, everything material and objective is constantly seeking unrepeated functionality and relevance. Just as plastic undergoes an endless process of metamorphosis, it boldly asserts that no structure is ever final.