How can the motion of the sea be a direct source for an ever-changing weaving pattern?
Experiments in various techniques to imply nuances, tactility and texture of textile characteristics onto porcelain.
Light sensitive textiles exposed to a UV installation. A performance by a set of materials that developed during the run of the exhibition. (more…)
A study on block-printing and natural colour mixing derived from the CMYK principle used in printing industry.
A porcelain edition of Made by Rain follows up the textile collection. Developed during a three-month creative residency in Arita, Japan.
A movie as weather-station. The vibrating circle is the magnification of the most middle pixel from a record of a cloud passing by.
Artistic research to the nature, landscape and culture of the Swiss Jungfrau-Aletsch glacier.
Serie of yarns and ropes. Study on indigo and Kurume-kasuri during a research trip to Japan to work with local textile professionals. (more…)
Series of silkscreened textiles derived from Goethe’s question ‘What is it that makes a particular being of nature into plant’ (more…)
Textile objects with architectural qualities to distribute light more evenly through space.
A silkscreen research on plant abstractions. Visual grammar guided by the Monstera deliciosa plant. (more…)
Study trip to Japan to learn about the technique katazome and make a textile for a yukata (summer kimono). (more…)
How to wear the weather? Textile register of rain fall at a specific location. (more…)
Woven cloth on the fluvial deposition of the IJssel river. Data from soil-drill points are translated into a weave pattern.
Visual descriptions of tropical plants, made by the plants themselves; Botanography.
A visual record of colour and seasonal change made tangible by exposing textiles day and night to the weather conditions.
Alchemistic a colour system transformed into a new form of colour.
Where does colour become visible and how do we make use of colours? A thesis investigating the use of colour to make something visible or invisible.