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Bēhance

Object of Desire

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  • An aesthetically driven exercise wherein the ‘object of desire‘ explores the ability of an internal structure to effect the exterior an the object. At moments of an extreme distortion of the interior organization, the outermost layer is peeled back to reveal moment of conflict. Therein achieving a topological asymmetry and an overreaching geometric symmetry.


    Professor - Brian DeLuna