Reproduction of familiar shapes

From the exhibition “Reproduction of familiars shapes” KRAFT Gallery 2018. I worked wth well known elements from ornamental traditions. Stripes, rectangles and circles have been used everywhere and at all times. Patterns are created by repetition and variety of colors, shapes and space. They range from kitchen towels and bed linen to the non-figurative explorations of the visual arts. Patterns can be read as decorative experiences or abstract images. I spent an industrial technique called flocking, used to cover the inside of jewelry boxes, pool tables, car interiors, etc. It makes velvet-like surfaces on non-textile materials using loose textile fibers, electrostatic magnetism and glue. I used plywood and MDF as surfaces for flocking. The works are located on the cusp between textile and painting.