wrapping padding warming
The human need for protection manifests itself in highly emotionally charged gestures. The confrontation of object, gesture and material provides space for rethinking the protection of the products that surround us. The product as a human being? The human being as a product?
The bandage‘s wrapping us up after a fall. Maybe something is broken? Or did everything go well all over? The roller bandage holds us together in the event of an injury. The confrontation of the camera as a valuable object, the bandage and the gauze as protective material and the gesture of connecting question the protection by a bag.
The towel covers us daily. It gives us warmth after a shower in the morning or envelops us in the sauna. Terry cloth nestles against our body and protects our body. The confrontation of the camera as a valuable object, the towel and terry cloth as protective material and the gesture of wrapping question the protection by a bag.