Spatial Dynamics Course took off with exploring basic three dimensional shapes and how various forms interact and communicate with one another. As the course progressed throughout foundation year, I worked with materials, such as wire, clay, cardboard, plaster, acrylic sheets and wood to construct more complex forms. Projects include organic structures, functional tools and real life observational studies.
Through trial and error, this hands-on experience gave me a better insight on the malleability (e.g. how the material can create movement), functions and restrictions of each material. Because material exploration became important for me to incorporate in my projects, I branched out to using everyday materials such as nature (branches), teabags, bendable straws and coat hangers.