Through Space typography, I would like to give life to letters; then I worked inside each type with forms, movements, and eventually colors.
It helps me to feel how is construct a letter and how it can be use as "creative typography". I work the letter in 3D, mostly with paper, because I'm becoming more and more a sculptor and working with materials (not only paper). The paper is very easy to manipulate (to cut, to fold, using different colors). This for me a real emotion.
For space typography, I didn't anticipate forms; the experience determined what I did, it's really "researches" : I'm testing, testing, and when I feel its the good way, then I do. When sculpting type, I use my graphic-education in another way than usually, and I don't use it as a graphic designer. It's not only rational (serif or without serif, which type, contrast), it's visual sensation.