This series of objects is a study of the realization and synthesis of philosophies into the build world. My intention was to pick seemingly disparate philosophies, reduce them down to their most basic form, then produce objects for their amalgamated manifestation. The three philosophers I chose were Deleuze, Derrida and Sloterdijk. Each one, seems to explain the world from contradicting viewpoints.
Through my superficial level of understanding, I reduce Deleuze to says the world is a continuous fold, relationships between objects are unlimited and continuous, two incongruent items that come into contact not only create an interior but also a third idem. Contrary, Derrida states that the world is constructed by the powers of an uneven binary system and objects are understood by what they are not, leaving us to assume much of what things are. His philosophy asks for us to flip the binary power structures by breaking down the social norms to create liberty. Lastly, Sloterdijk interprets the world as a conglomeration of ecosystems that rage in size from self (bubble) to earth (globe), stating that especially through technology, the idea of dualism is impossible and instead we live within a thick fusion of realities integrating machine, human, plant and animal. I reduce Deleuze further to the word the fold, Derrida as the breaking and Sloterdijk as the bubble.