WIES PREIJDE

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source: afflante

The installation consists of various hand-woven walls, which together, affects our perspectives in space. A combination of lines, colors, views and passageways gives the observer the idea of walking through a transparent home. Different color combinations exist in the abstracted, patterned spaces, resulting in a flat image which gives the holographic impression of a three dimensional expansion. The screens render the existing space partitionable, articulating new spaces which provide an illusional as well as a physical subdivision of the room.

The varied vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines coalesce into rooms, windows, and other imaginary environments and passages. The woven fiber-walls also are slightly transparent, thus providing a translucent lens to the other side of the threaded divider. This will make the observer curious and invites him to start moving around in the installation and discover and experience the different color combinations and patterns which make up the space.
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source: kaoder

毕业于英国皇家艺术学院纺织设计系的Wies Preijde设计了这一系列的手工织物墙。并用它们围出各种空间,给我们带来不一样的视觉享受。

在这个“透明”的家中,线条,色彩,图案影响走过走廊的人们的观感。
象图案,为人们提供一个三维的视觉印象,形成了一种新的空间感。那些图像形成假 象的走廊和空间印在半透明的织物上,让人觉得既有趣有好奇,不断的在走廊中四处 走动,发现空间中的各种扑面而来的色块,对各种空间进行体验。
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source: creative-inspiration

Wies Preijide made her rather explosive debut in The Hague’s 2011 degree show, when she separated areas of the exhibition using dividing walls of meticulously woven thread. Hung against walls or used as a divider in a space, the lines of thread become almost beams of light in the room, casting colourful shadows and playing tricks on the eyes of viewers. “The textile walls make the existing space divisible, but also create optical transparency and spaciousness by the experience in perspective.” Wies says, “Through a combination of lines, color, views and passageways the spectator the idea of a transparent walking home.”