“Inside Out No. 1” is the first object to a new series of bowls/boxes which explore positive and negative space. The inner shape of the bowl is covered with a thin skin–like layer of material which becomes a lid when turned around. This “skin” becomes a playful and tactile element which turns the inside shape into an outside shape and thereby adds another perspective to the viewers perception. The lid of “Inside Out No. 1” is created by a layered mesh–like structure of cotton threads. This was inspired by the technique of cross hatching, which is a line drawing method that creates shadow and light by adding multiple layers of lines in order to give an impression of volume and shade. A multitude of single cotton threads become a unity and create three-dimensional shape.
Material: High-precision concrete, 100% cottonProcess: Cast concrete, hand formed cotton fleece