All those dirty hands

Softness arises through intersecting lines and wanders in space. Apparently stretched tightly but loose in movement. What changes through stretching lines in space? Why does something seperate or why does it combine? Where do we draw the line and why?
The jacquard loom is computer controlled and automated. The principles of our ancient cultural technique of weaving have not changed for a long time, but our gestures throughout the process did.
How is that reflected? What is communicated and what remains unspoken, untouchable?

Photos: Alexander Schlosser

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Yellow Rosé

the object has two sides and shows
different structures on both.

150 × 140 cm
Wool, polyester, Trevira CS,
Woven in Switzerland
3'900 CHF
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Green Aubergine

the object has two sides and shows different structures on both.

150 × 140 cm
Wool, paper yarn, Trevira CS
Woven in Switzerland
3'900 CHF
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Taupe Rust

the object has two sides and shows different structures on both.

150 × 140 cm
Wool, paper raphia, Trevira CS
Woven in Switzerland
3'900 CHF
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Green Black

the object has two sides and shows different structures on both.

150 × 140 cm
Wool, paper yarn, Trevira CS
Woven in Switzerland
3'900 CHF
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Nude Sculpture

the sculpture has two sides and shows different structures on both.

150 × 140 cm
Wool, paper yarn, Trevira CS
Woven in Switzerland
3'900 CHF
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