The artefact of common dishes are final products, the product follows the process. How does a product look like that keeps the moment of creation?
ACT – a set of six pieces – captures the process and a snapshot when an object starts to exist. The porcelain dishes are used as molds to produce copies out of dough to set the table. The porcelain appears cold and almost perfect in contrast to the warm, rough dough, that gets cracks and edges by the baking.