Moving away from the flat surface in search of tactility, I am following a two-year professional weaving course.

In the book Rei Kawakubo: For and Against Fashion*, Kawakubo is quoted. About textiles and weaving she says: “Machines that make fabric are more and more able to produce uniform, flawless textures. I like it when something is not perfect. Hand weaving is the best way to achieve this, but since this isn’t always possible, we loosen a screw on the machines here and there so they can’t do exactely as they are supposed to”.
*Red Butler (ed) Bloomsbury Visual arts, 2003