- Moving Wallpaper
In his book Species of Spaces (1974), George Perec states that walls are the end of your spatial experience. They are borders one would prefer not to see. 'People have to forget there are walls but have found nothing better to hang up paintings. Paintings erase walls, but after a while the walls will kill the painting, for the painting becomes the wall. One has to either always change painting or wall.' Wallpaper with animated and changing patterns inside the paper. The design turns on and off, and switched to another one. The flowers on the paper are animated and moving slightly.
The paper has a pigment that changes colour, so no light or projection used - the visual quality being similar to a developing Polaroid.
Awarded the Rene Smeets prize 2002 for best graduation project of the Design Academy Eindhoven, part of the Droog design collection.