This study aims to define design parameters for body based temporal designs. Through 30 sketches on the hand, the body of work allows for patterns to emerge and be defined. A selection of the individual experiments are discussed by placing the examples together two and two or three and three with the purpose to define, problematize or motivate a particular finding. Two methodological parameters are defined. One related to arrangement and the other to attachment.
For more information you are welcome read the exposition published in VIS Journal, VIS #4, 'Affecting Material and Technique'. Link to the exposition: BODY FRAGMENTED - Temporal expressions.
1.1 Arrangement – same material
1.2 Arrangement – relation of points
1.3 Arrangement – fitted form
3. Different functions of the body
4. Same movement different expressions
5. Same line different movements and expressions
6.1 Material movement - texture
6.2 Material movement - texture
6.3 Material movement - texture
6.4 Material movement - form