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This ongoing series is based on the Unit, let us call it X. X serves one purpose on its own, but its function and appearance can change dramatically when it is added to, or multiplied by, itself. The repetition of X results in a new object: Y. Though Y is made up of X units, it loses its original function and becomes a new entity, perhaps even an object of beauty. In a world obsessed with ‘mass production’, the focus of this series is to use what is readily available rather than to use additional resources to create a new object.