This is the relief of a huge Nordic piece, registered in memory, for being transformative in its dimension and for the proximity that forces us to experience each natural element.
It is an irregular plan created after a journey.
"We head north, and the car follows the mountains together with the grey patch of frozen water. I open the window and take in the cold in the breeze. We are close to the ground and the glacial north, where the elements get closer, magnifying every morphological feature.
We follow routes and the lines that stripe the landscape are as extensive as the longer this journey is. Cool tones, soft curves, irregular textures and this is the topography that registers in memory for a textile archive."
Materials: rope, raffia, wool and acacia wood
Technique: sculpture, coiled basketry
Dimensions: 140 x 130 cm
Photos by Yago Barbosa
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