Although the Cupbus isnt the easiest way to store and transport cups, it presents them in a way that makes their use more special, suggesting the connection between the objects and the people using them. My intention as a maker is that I can redistribute the importance of a useful object more evenly between efficiency and specialization, between practical and ritual. I am interested in how the physical “inconvenience’ of the cup bus, can initiate the attention that might elevate a routine act.

Our life is composed of little moments, often repeated, altered slightly, and repeated again. My work’s role is to nudge the user, whisper “pay attention”, then stand back so they can consummate these objects into their own personal practices.

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