Classical theorem of Cohn-Vossen: A closed convex surface in Euclidean 3-space cannot be deformed isometrically.
Robert Connelly found an example of a polyhedral surface that can be deformed isometrically. A metal hinged model of it can be found at IHES.
But what about an arbitrary not-necessarily-convex smooth closed surface? Is it necessarily rigid? Or maybe it might be possible to make a smooth version of Connelly's example? It's easy to make smooth "hinges". The real challenge is finding a smooth model of the vertices, which is where two or more hinges meet.