Structure and Movement

​Structure and Movement is a series experimenting with freedom, movement and cooperation. The structure of the weaving allows movements to be amplified and transforms spaces and people.

An interactive and cooperative installation. Participants worked together to manipulate the hanging pieces by pulling on the strings along the perimeter and making twenty-six different sections of the installation move up and down, manipulating the installation and experimenting with the structure.

The Wool Fish: Interactive Installation, 2016.  Naturally Dyed Wool and Linen

​Body Movement: Three sets of puppets that are animated when the wearer moves, transforming the form and manipulating the wearer’s movements.

​Movement 1, 2014. Wool and Linen

Movement 2, 2014. Wool and Linen

Movement 3, 2014. Wool and Linen

Movement Puppets: Manipulating structure to change the way the textile will move when suspended by strings. Participants can interact with the puppet and experience the natural movements created by the structure

Puppet 1, 2013. Wool and Linen

Puppet 2, 2013. Wool and Linen