Some thoughts about form finding.

Is it a question of selection or integration? The former means: one focusses on different details and discovers new things or relations. However - contrary to a well directed searching, the finding goes the other way around. By letting "the glance wander", one reacts to things which come to the fore. The reaction could happen in two ways: either one is touched without difference by everything, which comes to the fore, or only by certain things, i. e. one "pitches" just on something that seems to be useful. It is a selection indeed (admittedly without a reason except a certain preference). The question is: does an "undeliberate selecting" exist at all? Even though one does not focus on certain things, it still happens deliberately, because one does not pay attention to other things. If one just enlarges or reduces a section, not even selects another section, a purpose exists. It is obvious that you get stuck here. Basically it remains a search - one just avoids a commitment whereupon one is after, and "waits" instead until something turns out to be useful.
No, the way of form finding can only occur by integration. The integration of all kinds of data leads to an "unknown" language. Therefore a different perception is necessary, in fact a "total perception", an "Aleph". Then all data is linked in an unpredictable manner. Only when oneself is transformed into data and is integrated in the process of linkage, prediction no longer exists. Here, perception coincides with existence - the "unknown language" is no longer a language, but an unpredicted event, a data flow, a process - "the dissolution of difference", therefore a liquidation. Form finding in fact is not a practice, but a process, a flow.