TIME IS ON MY SIDE
A personal interpretation of paper as a material.The optical impression and surfaces of the containers stand in contrast to the assumed materiality. Inspiration came from the casting procedure using a “lost mould”, which is a traditional jewellery technique. In this way, the idea grew to mould bodies in paper and then to coat them in wax; the paper model is dissolved by pouring water into the mould. Softened in this way, the paper can be removed through the opening, and replaced by the actual paper fibre mixture. After a drying period of approximately six weeks, the work can be freed from the wax, just as you would peel an egg out of its shell.This technique does not mark the final stage of a development, but can even be the starting point for the development of diverse moulds for series with new content.