100 Hand Sites







100 Hand Sites is a temporal study of the surface of a single hand, and what constitutes a ‘site’ in the context of designing for a living body.

Mapping lived body-sites through iterative processes like casting become a method for building an understanding of human bodies over time.

The project is part of a series of Lived Skin Studies – methodologies for mapping shifting qualities, terrains, and manifestations of a changing human skin.