Sander Wassink is an artist and designer who begs us to reconsider what is important and what is desirable, what do we toss and what do we keep. This applies to memory and preservation of the past in relation to new construction and new production needs and resources. Through his work, Wassink attempts to reimagine what can be done with what already exists, he imagines another form, another way, a better way for the intended user. In State of Transience, he uses the design of a chair, reinventing, re-imagining and using his experience as an organic sensor keeping and releasing what he feels needs to be of use to maximize it’s potential. Thus, the finished product still retains it’s “essence” but now has new strengths and variances suitable to our present and future needs.