By twisting, pulling and pushing we create a movement in our skin, forcing the
surface to be thick and thin making bumps and volumes, lines and wrinkles. Let go
and see it lean back on its flesh and bone, align. Bending our bones, twisting our
limbs, flexing our skin from tight to loose. Looking closer, at a two-dimensional
surface, a structure like a mesh of fine lines, so structural and precise and at the
same time irregular. It wraps around, adapts the volumes of the body. There is
something in the tension that caught our attention.
by Lija Silins & Sanna Trotsman