The Possibility of Thread by Elodie Antoine

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Thread twirls, falls, folds, connects and makes magic with fabric. It can also be a catalyst in spreading the imagination like the waves of the ocean. Belgian artist Elodie Antoine lets her creativity dive into the waters of innovative art using thread. With time, patience and extraordinary detail, she creates objects and industrial landscapes using traditional lacing techniques. She delves into the potential of a material allowing it to expand, grow and enter new roles of possibility.

‘Elodie Antoine strives for taking complete possession of the space, placing objects in a way Which seems as if they self-generated there. She uses textiles in order to create a universe made of organic and vegetable matter where all the items, with their peculiar shapes, seem to be in a state of progression.’

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