At the residency, I continued to work with tyvek, a high density synthetic
developed by DuPont in 1955—a 'barrier' material which covers, protects,
resists & stands up to elements, penetrated only through cutting. Inspired
by volcanoes of the Icelandic landscape, I shifted to another process—burning
and discovered that fire doesn't penetrate tyvek; it melts and shapes it.
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