Hylē explores the technical impression of certain material appearances and its actual process of making. The term Hylē means „matter“ or „stuff“ getting informed to a „gestalt“ by „techne“, which can be described as craftmanship. Technological creations with yet uncanny appearances are often received under the influence of prefabricated expectations. This expectations can be seen as a consequential approach which according to Vilém Flusser originate from „Kalkulieren und Komputieren“. The here applied process of actual manual labour is often beeing referred to generative production methods, suggesting that outsourced production processes in general are attributed more virtuosity than craftmanship.