Yale School of Architecture
critics: Tom WISCOMBE & Nate HUME
suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
Brandon HALL: This project engages with the discourse of contemporary composites through vacuum formed simulations, creating a composite surface by squishing and embedding objects, imitating thin film layers which could eventually have performative qualities such as EL lighting or thin film solar panels. This meta-assembly explores the relationship between the highly articulated figure and a faceted surface. The assembly embeds 3-D printed figures that have been clicked into the surface, pocketed to accommodate the figures.