The things that we see day-in/day-out gradually become invisible to us. Because of their assumed predictability—their form, capabilities, and roles are easily taken for granted. However, the familiar face of a thing often belies the complexity of its underlying material (or digital) conditions.
I feel that this state of complacency offers an irresistible opportunity to “”hack”" these experiences and figure out what surreal and awesome things they can do. As a designer, I try to better understand how things work in order to find ways to demonstrate the surprising capabilities in the world hiding in plain sight.