10 astonishing textile art installations

Yes,it's true!!

Textiles and fabric are not only clothing materials, they can create miracles of art when used by inspired artists and designers!!

Not convinced yet???

Take a look at these immense, breathtaking art istallations and you will definetely agree!!!

Ναι είναι αλήθεια!!

Το ύφασμα δεν είναι απλά ένα υλικό ένδυσης, μπορεί να μεταμορφωθεί σε θαύμα της τέχνης αν χρησιμοποιηθεί από εμπνευσμένους καλλιτέχνες και σχεδιαστές!

Δεν είστε σίγουροι??

Τότε ρίξτε μια ματιά σε αυτά τα θεαματικά art installations που κόβουν την ανάσα και θα συμφωνήσετε αμέσως!!!

The Proliferation of Thread Widing by Lin Tian Miao...A lava flow of tightly wound balls of thread stream from thousands of pins assembled in the shape of a crater. The heavily allusive work suggests the shape of a body, with lava emanating from the pubic area.

Carlie Trosclairs' "Cascade" series of immense draping fabric art installations...

String installation by Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota...The strings are attached to the walls, the ceiling, the floor, the furniture; they wind around each other creating something like a spiders nest, and are woven in such a way that they define space and have a "body" of their own...

Rosamund Hanny and her Wings and Feathers art installation, a work inspired by the vibrancy and fragility of nature. The work synchronises traditional and contemporary techniques to create overworked and innovative textile pieces, incorporating digital and hand embroidery, sublimation printing and exhaust dyeing.

Mixed media installation by Peruvian artist Ana Teresa Barboza...Absolutely stunned by the embroidered roots dangling from the bottom of her canvases...

Faig Ahmed is working with Azerbaijani traditional rugs. He disassembles their conventional structure and randomly rearranges the resulting components of the traditional composition then combines these fragments with contemporary sculptural forms. Wow!!!

Julia Ramsey Knit Installation at the Textile Arts Center...The visual and emotional effect of the textile extending the dress and becoming a wall installation is really amazing!

Monochrome Dress Art Installation..Laura Baruëls' ripped clothing silhouette sculptures..A few words for this artwork by he personal website: "The inspiration for her dress installation comes from the two-dimensional world of textiles: partly from the 18th century European, silk-woven textiles with their luxuriant, exotic (and erotic) flowers and garden motifs; and partly from the Chinese textiles of the same period, with their stylised lineation portraying dragons and mountains, and animal, flower, wave and cloud motifs. Instead of combining patterns directly in two dimensions and colours, Laura Baruël has translated lines and motives to three-dimensional forms in a monochrome installation. The installation evolves from the basic shapes of the dresses with added stylistic elements from 18th century clothing history – including the voluptuous fishbone skirts around the hips, which she sees as a type of architectural embellishment that she has further developed."

"Dialogue With Absence" by Chiharu Shiota...

Incredible installation by fiber artist Sayuri looks like an underwater world, teeming with fabric jellyfish and felt corals...

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