In the novel “The Dice Man” written by George Cockcroft, a psychiatrist starts making life decisions based on the casting of the dice. This exercise and the complexity of its outcomes are the trigger for this first collection in which every piece is made up and defined by a number given by the dice
Following Rhinehart’s steps, the dice was thrown and according to the number given by it is the number of bends made on the metal. The intention of following the dice was to avoid any expectations and let the metal speak for itself. The results of these lucky accidents are always different and they are not only defined by a number but also by the thickness of the wire and the physical strength used to make the bends. Throughout the process these objects would reveal themselves and the final use for each one of them.