Eta Sadar Breznik‘s space oriented woven sculptures present all possible views on thread from an architect. Monumental and almost like a skyscraper structured, but subtle tapestry, opens another visual perspective on fibers and textiles.
Eta Sadar Breznik also express herself in wearable objects, using strong weaving density for her objects combined with transformable functions of every particular garment. All photos by Anda Klancic, Blaz Zupancic (c)
Flying Carpets by Eta Sadar Breznik (c)
Both pioneers of modern dance and strong women in hard times, Loie Fuller and Martha Graham have made some ground works not only in dance, but in the field that discovers the interplay between the body, space, fabrics, light and movements…
Photo above: Portrait of Loïe Fuller, by Frederick Glasier, 1902
Photo bellow: Martha Graham in Lamentation, by Barbara Morgan, 1935
Lynne Bruning is an award winning wearable artist, eTextile innovator and, as she likes to title herself, ‘a textile enchantress, lover of black sand beaches, tangerine bikinis and fast connections.’
Synaptic by Lynne Bruning, photo: Carl Snider
My next interview from Device_art 3.009, held during October 2009 in Zagreb, today on schedule! Back then Yosuke Kawamura presented his interactive installation Textron (2002) with electronically interlaced motifs through an old craft tool like sewing machine and digitally projected images of geometrical calculations.