These blocks were made as a workshop activity; we had two days to make a sculpture or maquette that responded to our current research.

I had been creating staged dialogue and conversations at the beginning of third year, and I was really interested in the way that ideas can be created collaboratively and how I could represent this sculpturally. My design for the blocks builds a keystone bridge, with two base blocks that support five bridging blocks, each integral to the structure of the bridge.
I wanted the blocks to have the potential to move and be repositioned, and begin to make their own decisions based on their properties as objects.