Thursday, April 22, 2010

The Malleable Folds of Tine De Ruysser

Deleuze’s fold is ‘a description of an activity, intended to flow smoothly and continually with no evidence of ambiguity or interruption. It is not a crease’ (Quinn 2003, p.215)

The element of malleability and pliability is evident in Tine De Ruysser’s designs. Ruysser is a Belgium designer/artist that has used an intriguing form of folding to produce flexible and transformational objects, just as Deleuze’s fold describes the ever-changing

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