Jia Yu Wang


The white wool thread is cut into short sections. I pencil curves intertwining with each other on the raw thick cotton cloth. These curves imitate layers of rocks or strata, representing the impressions of time for me. I cut the amoeba-shaped pattern from the cotton cloth. Along the curves I sew the thread loops on the elements of the pattern. I continue to do so as long as the complete surface is covered with thread. The pieces of the pattern are fixed together by threading a yarn through the loops. The planes are shaped into spatial forms which can be fitted onto the human body.  

Mentor: Dóra Konsánszky 
Fotographer: Adél Koleszár