There are many ways to store and recall our memories, but memories are intangible. You cannot touch them, you cannot hold them, but what if you could? As a designer she communicate through material experiments and Dossier is a new way of depicting and communicating memories.
Dossier is a table made of reconfigurable tiles that are the result of diverse material explorations. The units consist of modular pieces, cylindrical forms, flat surfaces, and curved shapes, each piece depicting both a past material exploration and memories associated with that project. The table as a whole becomes a narrative of the different designs the designer has explored in the past two years while living in Chicago. These memories can then be examined and reconfigured by users. As they do not share her personal experiences, memory tiles can become a tactile way for them to create and share new memories.