The off-white reliefs are taking the viewer behind the capacitive touchscreen, recreating he patterns of the electrodes. While swiping on a smartphone, a cascade of actions take place: the touch leaves a pattern of electrodes behind it. Nuyten has looked into how best to capture this movement and found a way to materialize it. After thorough research together with circular company Van Plestik, Nuyten developed a way to 3D print their concept with used electronics, such as computer monitors. These electronics, alluding to the evolution of technology, are shredded, melted and 3D printed. In imagining a transition towards more liveable futures, inspired by thinkers like Donna Haraway, Nuyten believes in the power of rethinking materials. By blending used materials, mundane objects and gestures, their aim is to spark the imagination of the viewer.