Endless Quilt, object range
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This project contributes to the discourse on consumer behaviour by exploring person-object relationships through co-creation, and an object 'becoming' as a construct. Made of reclaimed and new materials, and constructed in a modular, potentially endless patchwork, this quilted wall object reflects the idea if the family heirloom, memory and the quilted form.
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