International Museum of Surgical Science
a division of the International College of Surgeons
Today and Possibly Tomorrow is a series of 3D printed hard candies whose unique forms are derived form a ritualzied 3D modeling practice that seeks visualize the contours of an invisible, undiagnosed nausea while experiencing it. This project, which draws inspiration from medical illustration, art therapy, and On Kawara's Today series, sets forth a methodology for dually recording and excorsising an otherwise all-consuming illness; fostering its temporary coagulation outside the bos. Rendering these forms of sugar advertises their potential for reingestion and subsequest dissolve between representational and catalyic agency.