I am re-creating 'Ovoid with Invaginated Spike' after I cut up the first version for a video last year ( #2014ovoids ). For this version the spikes will be red and the ovoid surface will be covered with a selection of white fabrics - patchwork style.
The long read: Research for my MFA thesis focussed very much on architectural trends, theory and critique at the time (1990s). Peter Eisenman was a hero (for me), Jacques Derrida a pain in the neck (to read), Gilles Deleuze a must, Frank Gehry did his own thing, Gred Lynn did the exciting stuff and Bernard Cache pulled them back into Euclidean space whenever they got carried away with their rhetoric. Every now and then I read something by Jennifer Bloomer and I always loved reading it. That's how I came across the concept of 'invagination' (for example: 'Vertex and Vortex: A Tectonics of Section' - Perspecta - Vol. 23 (1987), pp. 38-53) - it has stuck with me and I have used it in a number of my works.