The Wooden Tabletheme
When we see a ‘wooden table’, there are many componentssuch as wood grains, joints, and structures that define the table as a wooden table. Those components are evidently do not need to be explained because they are too well familiar. This means that they can be also as doubly paradoxical as Magritte’s text, if I can remove the material called wood from the wooden table.
My proposal is to design ‘Materializing without material’ - a wooden table consists of all the factors that make it a wooden table even when it is not made wood. By doing so, this wooden table creates ‘material strangeness’, which results from the contradiction between a wooden table and absence of wood, and finally it only exists as an in-between state.