A way of representing objects through the use of silicon. In this way every part of the chair is visible. This technique avoids all the variables of photography (position of the object, background, lights, aperture, exposure, ISO...), and it reduces these variables to only two: thickness and color. In this sense it can stated that this is a less manipulated representation than photography.

Year: 2008
Description: A silicon layer spread on a Joe Colombo's Universale Chair and then detached from the object