Red gradient

Inspiration i processens væsen til vævet kropsobjekt. 

Graduering af processen som symbol på fordybelsen, tanker og tråde der væves sammen i flow, til mere og mere røde farve og dermed også inspiration til kompositionen.

Forløb brydes af nye tanker, betydninger, refleksioner og overvejelser om helt andet kan opleves efter fokusering på den røde farve?

Farven er symbol på kærlighed til væven, kunsthåndværket, materialet og ikke mindst til processen.

Processens væsen, er som et nødvendigt rum at være i –mit rum – med sit helt eget liv, som jeg træder ind og ud af.

Kompositionen væves i et færdigt værk på vævenNår det bæres dannes nye former mod kroppen. Løse levende tråde som
den livlige røde farves personlighed med liv og kærlighed. 
Væverens temperament i nuét, danner spor under væveprocessen.

( Alle vedhæftede fotos er af Fotograf Martin Busborg. Væver og Tekstildesigner Helene Vonsild.)

In English

Red Gradient

Inspired during the weaving process for a woven body object.

The graduation of the process is a symbol of the immersion, deeper and deeper into the process – the threads are woven together, from one hand to the other, more and stronger red color, and longer and longer flow in the textile. The textile flow is interrupted by new thoughts, meanings, reflections, and considerations which can be experienced depending on how you see the art and how long you look at the red color.

The red color is a symbol of love to the loom, the art craft, the materials, and the process.

The reflection of the process is necessary for me as a rum and space to immerse to. The process has its own life that I am drawn to be part of and be in. The beauty of the process room is that you can always step in and out of it whenever you like.

 

The loose threads that decorate the body reflect the lively personality of the colour red. The threads have a life of their own. Through movement, the loose threads are perceived brighter and underline the life in the personality of the red colour with life and love.

The personality is what we remember. That is the memory. It is not necessarily the colours we surround ourselves with or dress with that show our true selves.

The audience is encouraged to interact with the piece: After looking intensely at the red body object for at least one minute, the gaze is removed to the empty white backdrop. After a short, while gazing at the backdrop a bright green shape will appear as a shadow. The complementary color is the other side of a personality.