Fibre experiments by Biljana Roman

January 27, 2009

Creating in textile usually starts with traditional education, learning all kinds of strict procedures, characters of textile, materials and their qualities; but as every good artists, Biljana Roman escaped all these rules and found her very individualistic expression: three-dimensional tapestries shaped like dome, fibre structures that weightlessly float in the air or hang like a filling without a warp… She’s a truly special weaving lady who’s skilled to wrap you around the finger on a very first sight.

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Balkan Fibre Art ’08 – gallery ll

January 9, 2009

During the Balkan Fibre Art Nena Skoko, also one of the main initiators of the whole event, made an intriguing work called ‘Seven Women’s Days’. On the first level it’s humoristic and provoking, but it also reveals some of the crucial elements in female nature – the period is not just a physical process, it also functions on psychological and emotional sphere.

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