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Anya Molyviatis
Fibers BFA

SCAD Savannah

Graduates: 2021

Specialisms: Textile Innovation/Textile Art / Textiles - Weave / Textiles

My location: New York, United States

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SCAD Savannah

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Anya Molyviatis

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First Name: Anya

Last Name: Molyviatis

University / College: SCAD Savannah

Course / Program: Fibers BFA

Graduates: 2021

Specialisms: Textile Innovation/Textile Art / Textiles - Weave / Textiles

My Location: New York, United States

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About:

ANYA MOLYVIATIS (b.1994) sculpts visual and tactile landscapes by unifying her love for fibers and design. With color gradients, weaving structures, and materiality she shapes conventional space into one with depth and motion. Seeking answers to our questions of well-being by the power of interconnection. Born in Geneva, Switzerland, Anya has spent her life traversing urban and wild landscapes throughout Europe and North America. After graduating from Aiglon College in 2013, she moved to the United States to study sustainable architecture in California. During her studies she completed a permaculture design course, opening her eyes to the potential of natural systems as well as textile properties. Entranced to learn more about materiality, she moved to New Mexico to apprentice with a master weaver and subsequently earned her BFA in Fibers at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2021.

Uniting through the power of COLOR

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Inspired by the theme of Greater participation = greater prosperity. From diverse cultures and ecosystems, we may not fully understand the joys and pains we each experience. However, our power as a human race can share the emotions of color. Using gradients, my color palette pursues to manifest enlightenment with hues of purples, reds, and blues to engage energy, power, and calm. My pattern melts into this "color scape," a metaphor for the strength of unity.