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by The Glasgow School of Art, Singapore
published by The Glasgow School of Art, Singapore
We make models to manifest ideas; to bring abstract thoughts into plastic reality. We understand a model as something incomplete, a suggestion, or an idea not fully formed.
As part of a process we anticipate the model-thing to invite discussion, opin- ion, question and critique. And we use it as part of our generative or iterative design processes. As such, the following model-approximations are laid out as half-representations; chimeras that morph the original suggestion into new iterations of itself.
By mixing the pages, models can be combined and re-combined, generating a multiplicity of unintentional secondary ideas; a kind of spatial parlour game/exquisite corpse.
- magazine: 184 pages
- product dimensions: 10 x 15cm