This research poster was designed to be projected onto a soft three dimensional form. To successfully put forward my argument that soft sculpture unavoidably evokes the human due to the materials used, it struck me that it had to be displayed on a fabric form. Viewing the poster in a 2 dimensional format, when it is addressing the physical presence of a soft sculpture, does not allow any opportunity to experience the material qualities being discussed. This poster needs not only to be viewed but also touched and experienced in the viewer’s personal space. The viewer will experience physically the reactions caused by soft bodily materials, whilst reading the information. Just like soft sculpture, the audience needs to ‘feel’ it, not just view it.