Form from Klee︎︎︎
In his noteboooks, the painter Paul Klee repeatedly insisted that the processes of genesis and growth that give rise to forms in the world we inhabit are more important than the forms themselves. “Form is the end, death,” he wrote. “Form-giving is life.” (Klee, 1973, p. 269)

Translation to projects:

Paying attention to emerging processes in improvisation or contructing with materials. Try to identify how choices inside these processes are guided by composition in time and space or the matreials themselves.     
︎︎︎from Tim Ingold’s writing Textility of Making