CLIMATOLOGY: RESPIRED WOODEN SKIN

 

Site-specific Installation

Smart veneer, light-reflective fiber, metallic yawn, themochromatic pigment, metal

No. 35, Mao’er Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 10009, China

Site-specific for WUHAO, 2013

Wooden Skin’s behaviour is inspired by the natural living behaviour of the resurrection plant Selaginelia Lepidoplylla. A plant that can survive extreme dehydration for months, or even years.

For further inquiries please contact elaine@thefabricklab.com

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Climatology: Respired Wooden Skin

Details: Before Colour Change By Elaine Ng Yan Ling