Inside the cube you can see and experience the complexity of navigating a space that is both awkward and movable. I have made an secret passage between two of the sides where a tube, known as a rouleaux loop, can pass. One side shown below has pale lavender organza embroidered folds with a central pocket. Inside the pocket itself there are little surprises but also the fabric tube. This is stitched to another tube in scarlet silk like an anastomosis.
The tube is then revealed again through a pocket and folds on this last plane.
This is one idea I worked out by working with magician Will Houstoun with whom I spent a fascinating day and will talk more about in the next post, part four.