Once again his textile expertise - from which students of Dutch Academies of Fine Arts benefit - has been focussed on the Kvadrat collection, in which he presents a so-called Cut-curtain. He places his figures, small squares in light colours, in rhythmic order on a white ground. The special Cut-weave technique - in which surplus yarn on the back is cut off after weaving - makes the figures stand profiled on the transparent surface. The name Ravenna is synonymous with an Italian medieval imperial town, known for its many old buildings covered with mosaics. That the curtain reminds of a mosaic stone with it’s many small square figures, is therefore not due to a simple coincidence.
100% Trevira CS
140 cm wide