I enjoy playing with colours and sculpting knitted fabric to create unconventional knitted textile objects. I like to try using the range of everyday found materials as it gives me new creativity and opportunity to explore the potential of how knitted textile can be combined with different media and transformed Read More...
Project to explore alternative ways of recycling materials into knitted textiles. Designed for the British Library, to offer a comfortable space for a family visit, this is a knitted chair made of scrap bicycle tyres.
This neck piece is built around rope and plastic tube hose I got at a D.I.Y. shop. This project was created while studying trims and shapes. I used three dimensional alternative trims to offer solutions that turn this piece into a wearable, durable, be
Under the theme of paganism I experimented to achieve the atmosphere of colourful masquerade associated with the busy patterns of ritual costumes used by witch doctors. Dyed sheep skin, fringes and euphoric colours invoke the movement of ritual dance.<
Although it looks feather soft, this composition is made of dip dyed plastic strips. The repetition and different layers and sizes creates the feeling of movement and anamorphosis.
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