A collection of hand objects on exploring how we navigate through the flow of immediate recognition and the shocking unknown. Apertura, 2009
Applied uncertainty, a doubt in progress

In the broad and sexy list of object’s functions, when the font size starts to become smaller and smaller, we can still read the function of being specific without having a clear function.

How to manage the active ambiguity of some object usually referred to as jewels?
How to name the objects that are completed by the experience they generate, if that experience includes its own oddness (and its own celebration)?


How to draft a theory with a bundle of wishful exceptions?

And even avoiding the impulse of giving a sense to things, this issue will remain open, now and here. Buzzing so soft and quietly.

Gemma Draper, Spring 2009