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Molly Hutchinson
Textile Design BA Hons

Bucks New University

Graduates: 2016

Specialisms: Textiles for Interiors / Mixed Specialisms / Industrial / Product / Interiors

My location: Colchester, United Kingdom

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Molly Hutchinson

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First Name: Molly

Last Name: Hutchinson

University / College: Bucks New University

Course / Program: Textile Design BA Hons

Graduates: 2016

Specialisms: Textiles for Interiors / Mixed Specialisms / Industrial / Product / Interiors

My Location: Colchester, United Kingdom

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Textiles and Surface Designer who graduated from Buckinghamshire New University in 2016.

Dehabituation

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HABITUATION: the diminishing of an innate response to a frequently repeated stimulus DE:HABITUATION is a collection of Jesmonite tiles and larger-scale pieces that explore incidental mark-making techniques. Habituation results in parts of a landscape going unnoticed because they are no longer new. The collection, created for an interior setting, is designed to delay the occurence of habituation through hand-craft techniques that continuously produce unique and unexpected outcomes. In a time when technology is rapidly developing, and in many fields replacing people, design that celebrates the uniqueness of the human touch is becoming increasingly popular. The collection responds to this trend, demonstrating it has not been mass-produced through its incidental processes. Alongside the tile collection, DE:HABITUATION consists of digitally printed fabrics, also inspired by the concept of transforming overlooked marks into a celebrated part of a space. With the same juxtaposition of structured shapes and incidental marks, digital collages of brightly coloured geometric shapes sit against irregular overall repeats inspired by patterns made during mark-making processes. Visually referencing the tile collection in colour and pattern, the two elements are designed to work together in an interior space.