Nazca Chair

I asked myself like a child “Who am I, really”? I wrote down my thoughts and took a step back to see myself objectively. Can design be therapy to find your inner self and culture, to embrace your fears and move on to higher goals? As descendants of the Incas, Peruvian textiles are means of communication in the Andes. Family and village designs represent social identity, carry forward inherited information and connects past, present and future generations. “Nazca chair” colourful tapestry represents thoughts as abstract forces of energy, a design that reflects the transformation from child to adulthood. Year 2016 90x60x150 cm Fibreglass, Acrylic One, Digital weaving.

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