The Human Body as the Textiles Themselves





Belgian artist Élodie Antoine understands the behavior of fibers, controlling them in ways to produce textile designs that are organic, fungal, and oftentimes anatomical in nature. Her anatomies emerge from taut lycra, dense felt structures, and an impressive number of zippers. The pieces are as much a reflection of the numerous tissue types in the human body as the textiles themselves.

The Human Body as the Textiles Themselves

The Human Body as the Textiles Themselves

The Human Body as the Textiles Themselves

The Human Body as the Textiles Themselves

The Human Body as the Textiles Themselves

The Human Body as the Textiles Themselves

The Human Body as the Textiles Themselves




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