63 elements, plaster and acrylic paint, 1998
Nine different objects seem to transform into each other. These transitions are formed by using
some of the physical properties of two conventional casting materials: latex and plaster.
For each of the objects seven latex moulds are made. These elastic moulds are than filled with
plaster. The more plaster is pressed into the mould, the more the shape tends to become spherical.
At each consecutive stage of the process the colours fade into grey more and more.
See this page of another transformation sequence that is executed by means of a physical process: Morphoteque #11