Structureless Proteins is a interactive window display to explain the importance of protein structures in constructing the human genomics and health. Installations were made to promote a exhibition that took place at the Wellcome Collectio, Euston Road.
Protein Structures have so many functions, forms and duties, that it's visualisation never felt the fitting. I imagined them as a pour bodily construction site and support. To simplify and communicate their purpose, it was more convenient to imagine a situation, where they wouldn't exist.
With more childlike approach, the sets were falling apart and melting.
The aim of the four sets is to invite the public to take part in re-arranging, playing and reconstructing human health and genomics as in a role of a protein structure.
Typofactory, Rag Factory, Brick Lane 2011