An obvious characteristic of the fringe (sea-land) condition is the merger of water and land. We have interpreted this condition in terms of a fusion of states. The transformation from land (solid) to sand (particulate) to water (liquid) is seen as a back and forth melting and fusion process.
Form: It is studied in terms of the change in properties of the three states as well as the physical appearance and form of each. The modules show fused acrylic structures that exhibit these transforming properties.