“Chinese Textiles: Retrospectives”

Otiilia
Spantulescu

The aim of an exhibition build around Chinese textiles, is to educate as well as show-case the many facets of the craft. The exhibition will allow the viewer to see Chinese textiles in relation with Chinese culture, tradition and it’s influence on western contemporary design.

 


Model 1:
For the design look of the exhibition, i wanted to focus on the craft of making textiles but create a contemporary modern space.


Model 2:
The second photo is much clearer in terms of what the space looks like as well as the color palette chosen.


Pallete:
The form of thread, can be very linear and straight but as well very organic and “raw”. These were two parallels which I saw when looking at traditional Chinese fabrics (organic form) and the Western design style of buildings in Chinatown (linear)


Image 1:
A swatch of an old Chinese fabric displays pattern similarities to Chinese artist, Liu Xiaokang.


Image 2:
Rocking chair, displays contemporary design , with influences of traditional Chinese patterns. He by Liu Xiaokang, 2008 YKSI Expo, Netherlands



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