Cotton linen, indigo, wood
Dimensions: 180×5×8cm X 40
The work is an exploration of the sculptural potential of textile. In addition, it creates a dialogue between the mediums of textile and painting, by the very gesture of stretching the fabric onto a wooden frame. The work plays with the visuality of a storage, since each of the units somewhat resembles the external edge of a painting.
In addition, the work reflects thoughts regarding openness and scale. It has the form of a large square composed of three dimensional vertical stripes. Each of the vertical strips is in itself a whole, and when placed next to the others it is part of an even bigger wholeness. The outline of each frame marks its boundary, yet the repetitiveness of the frames evokes a sense of openness.