Moving it // 2017 // Exhibited at IsThisKnit? at 3daysofdesign with the textile group Kontempo
Moving it, is a sculptural object that shows the flexible properties of knit in relation to a captured, fixed shape. The small undulating and soft curves in the knit that are fixed in position, appears differently with the inflow of light and movement of the surroundings. The accumulation of the knit creates layers and negative space, that makes the knit even more perceptible because it has a sculpture feeling. This can give the audience the urge to look around it because there is no identical side and thereby play around with the free knit to see the possibilities that it has.
The perception of the object changes depending on audience, situation and surroundings, therefore it can be seen as a constantly moving object and experiment, that can create a narrative about the motion and possibilities of knit.
A Soft Place // 2017 // Experimental project
Come and sail // 2018 // Commission work for private customer
Textile // 2017 // Textile print and weaving with recycled plastic bags