Matter get matter of fact about Designday

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A building designed by Matter.

A building designed by Matter. Image: by Matter

Nicole Stock talks to William Taylor from Matter.

NS: Can you sum up your installation in one sentence?

WT: Red Green Blue meets Willie Wonka.

NS: How did you come up with the idea? What was the inspiration?

WT: Understanding that our senses are the transition for all stimulus.

NS: Are there any special surprises for visitors on the day?

WT: Nothing has been revealed.

NS: What was the most fun part about working on your installation?

WT: Painting a piece of art smurf blue, 5 metres off the ground.


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