Multimorphism as a term describes the simultaneous existence of several forms. An experimental combination of computer-generated graphics, a pen plotter, a scanner, lightpainting photography and a Polaroid printer creates a multimedia microcosm that is dedicated to the dynamics of shape, defragmentation, forced errors and abstraction to create a balance between the virtual world and reality.
The complexity of this series stems from the extraordinarily multi-layered multimedia approach, which actually manages to combine graphic illustration, animation, sculpture, calligraffiti, projection, painting and lightpainting photography.
Through the self-taught, experimental use of new techniques, Tofa forces mutual interaction,, creating a minimalist design language that retrieves images from the computer and thus protects them from the blackout.
Extract from Tofa autobiography. Read More