Inspired by the particulate versatility of unfired clay as a material that can be reformed while retaining memory of past forms, I focus on a primarily ontological question: how does this dynamic entanglement at the unit of materiality contribute to the morphing potential of the nonindividual body? 


In this project, I ask how the nonlinear morphing of body-making may be not be something the body is simply put through in service of an image formed exclusively in the mind, but rather that this flexing potentiality – an ontological agility, at its core – may also be an attribute of the materiality of the body itself. If, as suggested by new materialist scholarship, material units are much more active, agential and entangled than previously allowed for, material corporeality can also be reworked.