Screen-printing | Dyeing | Devore | Flocking
Carried out at
DSAA Textile Design
Marianne Bernecker | Course Founder-Leader
Laurent Schavey | Course Founder-Leader
Hervé Crespel | Course Founder-Leader
Solange Thiry | Senior Lecturer
Roubaix — France
Canon D3100 camera
Plateau des Mille Étangs — France
2017 — 2018
Translate magic into matter.
Throughout the ages, Nature has often been a place of strange phenomena. In every ancient or more contemporary folklore, a part of mythology evolves within this natural environment. Filled with magic, mystery and bewilderment, it became a theater for the wildest legends.
Based on this mysticism, I realised a series of photographs which transcribe mysterious universes. From this natural phenomena, I developed a range of textiles playing on different textures and patterns. By using a visual and textural link between textiles and landscapes, the fabric sometimes become watery, misty, snowy or magical.
Devore on polyester | Flocked pattern on jersey | Format: 50 cm x 1 m.
Infused dye on cotton | Format: 40 cm x 40 cm.
Screen-printing on muslin | Devore on polyester | Dye on muslin | Format: 50 cm x 30 cm.
Screen-printing and flocked pattern on non-woven felt, velvet, muslin and tulle | Format: 50 cm x 30 cm.