I am inspired by Travis Fitch’s art pieces that are generated from minimal surface geometries. I was introduced to his work by one of his former thesis advisors on minimal surface design and the process. He used Rhino modeling as well as a custom Grasshopper script to create a minimal surface module, with inputs being curves or meshes. I have also tried playing with similar scripts and using components such as ‘mesh relaxation’, ‘exoskeleton’, and ‘iso surface’. His wearable pieces were taking 3D printed rigid modules and connecting them to create a flexible piece of ‘fabric’. There are also many different materials in his products, including porcelain, metal, and nylon.