Constant wrapping of pillars of a conventional historic roof construction with a transparent adhesive tape results in a complex, amorphous surface through the process reminiscent of growing of organic forms. The idea originates in a set design concept for a dance performance in which the form evolves from the movement of the dancers between the pillars. The dancers are stretching the tape while they move so the resulting shape is a (tape) recording of the choreography. One dimensional line evolves into surface that forms organic shape of extraordinary strength. The entrance of the audience inside the volume transforms the sculpture into architecture.