Deger Cengiz: Selfish & Devoted

This piece by Deger Cengiz explores the direct relationship of a watering can and a potted plant. He physically connects the two to examine their relationship with one another.

The angle of the water pouring into the pot is relationally reflected in the angle which the plant consequently grows when the watering can is not in use. The dependency of the pot on the watering can and how the plant grows as a result of that is communicated through the respective tile of the piece, ‘Selfish & Devoted.’

I found this design to be really meaningful in how we use watering cans in addition to a sort of vital relationship shared between a watering can and a potted plant and how they really effect and depend each other to function and survive.

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