We ran a ‘material hackathon’ in the TU Delft Science Centre where my residency took place, to share our process and findings, with TU Delft students and others, to open up the process and see where the materials took them.

Participants used the same materials as available to me and then added some of their own choice: seaweed, plant matter, medicines, metal objects, stencils, and photographic chemicals which we also provided at the hackathon due to our own personal interest.

Comprised of design and architecture students as well as staff and external artists, some participants also took to the cross section by layering of concrete colours (widely available concrete colouring pigment) – reminding us of landscape and rock striation patterns and the source of concrete..

special thanks to Suellen Espindola and the team at Delft Science Centre

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