When light hits a drop of water remarkable things can occur. It can refract through the water and form rainbows in the sky. Or it can have a mirroring effect, reflecting it back and create small spots of light.

Flow is a translucent fabric woven on a shaft loom. Optical fibers runs though the fabric and is cut of in different lengths creating light points. The inspiration comes from water that flows down a window.

Technique: jacquard weaving

Material: cotton, polyester, optical fiber, nylon.

Size:  90 x 50 cm

Selected exhibitions: National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute, Taipei, Taiwan 2016

Year: 2014

Hi-Resolution Photographs: Flow on Flickr