"A ‘Multimorphic’ object is that which is (or can be) many things at once, both physical (made of matter) and theoretical (meaning something). The objects can be (and often need to be) read and understood at many scales, axis, and dimensions simultaneously. They exemplify multiple physical and theoretical concepts through both their matter and what they represent or articulate."

Holly MacQuillan, Zero Waste Systems Thinking: Multimorphic Textile Forms, p.352
Elizabeth Meiklejohn