TRUESKIN

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    Skin, covering something underneath. But occasionally skin covers the truth, the external and the internal are different. While skin is often used to conceal, I'm looking for the truth and honesty embodied in objects.

    Each sheet of paper is like a layer of skin. When peeling a sheet from a stack of paper, what it shows is just another same layer of paper. A stack of paper creates volumes and flexibility to play with any different kinds of form. No matter how you play with forms, eventually it is still coming from the original stack of paper. While playing with forms, functions will gradually reveal. By utilizing the honesty ingrained in a stack of paper, this object defines the truth on material, forms, and functions.