Within seconds, liquid glass turns into solid glass. The flow hardens, creating a permanent shape. The free form of cast glass can be used to create defined objects. Both, pouring hot glass over negatives as well as pressing it between two forms gives the viscous material the freedom to take on a variety of shapes. The resulting products reflect their formation process in their structure. The suspended flow of the glass gives the object a dynamic character, which is enhanced by the kinetic properties of some objects. This gives the glass the impression of being still in motion.