FEBRUARY 2020 | WITH C. BAUMEISTER, I. COSKUN, A. DIETI, J. HUHNHOLZ, L. KLETT, F. SITTNER | WOOL ON CANVAS, MEASUREMENTS: 1mx1.40m
Object 1.1 & Object 1.2
Coincidence and process as a design principle – from thread to surface.
Object 1.1 gets its composition by tufting from both sides of the canvas. It reinvents the conventional understanding of a front and back side in carpet making. The design principle is based on the sources of errors that happen during the tufting process. Losing the thread affects the rhythm of the interplay between the two people making the carpet. In this process, we as designers are the players of the controlled randomness. Object 1.2 is an abstraction of the color value, previously created within object 1.1. The rhythm of the interplay and changes in color are taken up again: points of change are defined by hanging threads.
PROCESS, INCLUDING DYEING THE WOOL IN BLUE AND ORANGE & TUFTING FROM BOTH SIDES.
PHOTO CREDITS: LUISE KLETT, RHODA HEROLD, ANNA LUISE PFAU, IVA COSKUN, FELIX SITTNER, HANDINA MURANDU, JULIA HUHNHOLZ, ANTONIA DIETI, CARLA BAUMEISTER