A novel and miniature latticed apparatus is proposed that symbiotically and chemically conducts heat through its surface conditions. The seemingly ornate latticework evenly distributes heat from the core of the apparatus to the contained object. This delicacy in the metal material allows for a pinching of the apparatus, allowing for contained objects to be squeezed while heating. Chemicals of alternative juices that have been heated and squeezed from the metal conductor are captured from the device through a series of openings found near the base.
Open object resituated seamlessly within a 17th-Century Dutch still life.
Project in Collaboration With:
Megan York

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