Rematerialisation — process of being material again
As a concept, rematerialisation is not an easy subject to understand but it is a part of our daily life. Since it is so frequent in our life, it easily fails to be noticed. But when the receiver perceives the patterns belonging to a subject, it is simple to keep similarities identified in various fields.

The research applies the subject into the medium. The main argument of the research is that, matter is changed when it becomes digital and it rematerialises into the physical world again. Both phases are physical and belong to our world but there are differences between the first and the last stages of the matter.
The Tool  is an installation to expand a concept.
It presents an experience to understand the impact of materialisation between types of medium and how it distort the message. Message of the Tool is to provoke a new way of seeing, finding patterns in digital and real world. It links these opposite worlds together by using progress of rematerialisation.

During the exploration of the Tool, same level of interest was paid to medium and message. It is a necessity to keep their importance at a balance for the best result. This equality is referencing its source of inspiration in a metaphorical way. 
As a medium, the Tool is a bridge from reality to virtuality. It contains distinct stages of a medium, which complete as a sign when merged. It starts from physical, then changes into digital and finalises with the combination of both. It is the process of being material again. 
As a message, the Tool has a narrative series of short phases about the medium. Textual content starts from Marshall McLuhan’s message and evolves into rematerialisation in media. It provokes the receiver to question the medium in terms of materiality.
— front view of the installation 
 — different reading from certain point of views
The Tool — Narrative
The Tool — Insight
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