Genèse As a research laboratory, I developed a typology of objects where material and form are simultaneously shaped. The material’s experiment, the act of “making” thus becomes the object of analysis and reflection. The stages process craft manufacturing is broken down and translated into graphic patterns. The set textile pattern suggests an immersion within weft where color and rhythm play with optical vibrations. In the same time, I built objects, searching to interact with techniques and materials by departing from the use of traditional materials of yarn and thread. Man- made materials are thus braided, weaved and assembled by hand. The ornament is involved in the object and not applied to the object. Simple form emanates, escaping from superfluous.


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Genèse, 2016, screenprinting on cotton



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  • Quincaillerie
  • 1- Basket, electric cables, cement, 35x22 cm
  • 2- Netting Pot, electric cables, 17x18cm
  • 3- Weaving, polypropylene rope, elasthane, cables 16x23cm
  • 4- Netting Pot, electric cables, 17x 25cm
  • 5- Weaving, elasthane, polyester, cables, 19x29cm
  • 6- Rolling colors, polypropylene rope, electric cables, wood 8x13cm
  • 7- Molding, elasthane, polyester, cement, 10x21cm
  • 8- Netting Pot, electric cables, 18x25 cm
  • 9- Molding, cement, elasthane, polypropylene, 6x14cm

Genèse


emma cogné, genese, textile design, bruxelles, brussels, brussel
As a research laboratory, I developed a typology of objects where material and form are simultaneously shaped. The material’s experiment, the act of “making” thus becomes the object of analysis and reflection. The stages process craft manufacturing is broken down and translated into graphic patterns. The set textile pattern suggests an immersion within weft where color and rhythm play with optical vibrations. In the same time, I built objects, searching to interact with techniques and materials by departing from the use of traditional materials of yarn and thread. Man- made materials are thus braided, weaved and assembled by hand. The ornament is involved in the object and not applied to the object. Simple form emanates, escaping from superfluous.
textile design, brussels, bruxelles, emma cogné, genese

Quincaillerie

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