"One two too one" explores the duality of textiles within the process of tufting. In the contemporary technique of tufting, tufted yarn clusters are shot through a woven base fabric. Lines are created on the working side, while surfaces form on the reverse side.
By employing the technique on both sides, experimental fabrics are generated, opening up new perspectives.
The original categories of front and back (line and surface) are dissolved, allowing for an interplay between the two sides. Although they may appear different, they mutually depend on each other, forming an inseparable unity.
In an ensemble of six fabrics, a spatial composition is created, with a large fabric at its center.
Ensemble of six fabrics, Large fabric: 2m x 1.20m; Wool, tufting fabric / 2021
Exhibition tool: Mokit
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