In this book, the author presents an essay on skins, folds, hapticity and visuality, along with a collection of images, inviting the reader to perceive and appreciate the transparencies, porosities, crossovers and interminglings that emerge through the touching and parting of the folds, to discover underlying interconnections and derive other meanings. Skins and folds serve as the unifying metaphor in perceiving the notion of haptic visuality—where the eyes can touch and the skin can see, and we can find pleasure in looking and seeing.
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kimono Published November 10, 2009
iro Published June 29, 2009
peau fine Published June 29, 2009
Paleozoic Series Published June 24, 2009
masks Published June 22, 2009
Clay Published June 22, 2009
interfaces Published June 22, 2009