Saturday, 23 November 2019

Lizan Freijsen / Charles and Ray Eames



Charles and Ray Eames
Powers of Ten, still
1977



'Fungi Carpet' is a hand-tufted, wool carpet (350-550 cm) made for a tree trunk in the Belmonte arboretum in Wageningen. During the summer months of 2018 the carpet lay outside, in the sun and rain, during the exhibition 'Zomersneeuw' ('Summer Snow'). The video is a drone recording of the first and the last day of this project (June 16 - September 23).

The top view of the work is an image that nobody has been able to observe, the idea of the micro image of a bacteria and/or universe coming close together. The documentation has become a work in itself and was unintentionally inspired by the 'Powers of Ten' by Charles & Ray Eames.

The carpet was then cleaned and dried intensively, which lasted for months. By shaving off the top 5 mm of the wool, part of the color came back and a new color palette was created. Fungi Carpet 2.0 was on display in the exhibition 'Natuurlijk' ('Natural') in Pictura, Dordrecht in 2019, among others.


Lizan Freijsen, 2019




Lizan Freijsen (NL)
Faded, Fungi Carpet
2018


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