2 thoughts on “PATTERNS ABSENCE – Window at Blim with Soledad Muñoz

  1. Hey Katie, congrats on graduating. This spool of cotton (or linen) in the pic has me intrigued. Is it a part of your final installation?

    I wish I could make it to your upcoming shows, I really love your work.


    1. Thanks Janna!

      The image is to go on the Blim website and is a representation of how the projected patterns will emerge through open cotton warps. The projection is light sensitive, so movement will generate random patterns. Always changing, always weaving into the absent weft.

      xo kt

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