Aphrodeason

Flow

Flow through the Surface….

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What is Flow?

What is Flow?

Flow is a set of two pendents that intimate the surface of paper after water flow through it, slightly bumping the surface, leaving irregular flow marks.

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Why Flow?

Why Flow?

Flow is inspired by the deformation of dry paper after the water flow through the half of it.

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What about Flow?

What about Flow?

Flow utilizes irregularity of metal’s flow during the process of fusing to create an effect similar to paper.

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Making

Making

The process starts with fusing of two pieces of 18 gauge silver and nickel silver, rolling into paper thin afterward. Then only heating up a small point on the surface bumps the surface even more.
Similar process is done to the wire to create the “string” of the pendents.

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 Learn more about  Process of Flow .

Learn more about Process of Flow.