Materials are everywhere. They become visible through their structures and surfaces that seem to inhabit an important role to mediate different aspects between us and our artefacts.
An experiment can testify a hypothesis, or just give proof for some expectations. But at the same time it inhabits also moments of astonishment where things can come to the surface that surprise. Experimental methods in design utilise exactly these moments of surprise to discover attentional gaps and make use of their unintentional power in a structured way of working.
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