Misbehaving Monument    

          is a pair of cast plaster objects (or is it a single object?) which explore qualities usually deemed undesirable in architecture: slumping, squeezing, dripping, drooping, and leaning. These features are typically viewed negatively due to their proclivity for water intrusion or structural failure in the physical dimension, yet in a digital environment where form doesn’t follow performance, such considerations are moot and new opportunities for architectural aesthetics open up. Instead, the objects are intended to produce a sense of delight or wonder about what possible types of worlds could exist where softness and whimsy were prerequisites.

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