Through a process of deconstruction of everyday clothing as well as the human body, a garment- object is being constructed; open to the way of its use, it creates temporary situations between bodies, space and the object itself, through the choices of the user.
The final structure is a large two-dimensional surface composed of units, each one associated with my body, that vary in size and geometry. Made of materials on the verge of paper and fabric (semi- transparent paper and natural kraft paper fabric) and a binding mechanism that can attain multiple connections (Velcro), the units can be used by one or more persons and have the ability to fold, interconnect and build multiple clothes, objects and spatial structures, depending on the desires of the user. The geometry of the pieces and properties of the materials used, create constraints on the connection of the units and the movement of the individual, but also create new opportunities in the use of the object.
The combination of two different materials generates continuous gradations in visual and functional permeability causing ambiguity in the boundary between the second (garment) and third skin (space).
e use is imprinted onto the material influencing the shape and forming a code of reading. Each new connection is based on the creativity of the user and this second skin becomes a context of personal expression and active process of space production . The body is being deconstructed, space is defined differently and the garment becomes the marginal structure that regulates the transition from private to public.