Made fully of macramé, this 37 foot broad textile design covers the facade of a constructing in Bali, Indonesia.
Macramé requires a skillful craftsman, particularly at this dimension. The knotting and weaving of the textile was created by Jakarta-based fiber artist, Agnes Hansella. It’s entitled “Mountain, Ocean and Sundown.”
Utilizing a 16mm manila rope, the patterns resemble waves of the ocean, corals beneath it, and the shapes and types of birds, nests and their wing patterns within the sky. The method required a hacksaw and balanced on scaffolding to create the big textile wall hanging. Hansella tried her hand planning by sketching her work earlier than she used macramé to create it.
Nonetheless, “the completed design is generally one thing I got here up with on location,” describes Hansella. Freestyled textile work at this magnitude requires each talent and the power to permit the ropes to have their very own character and character as artists manipulate them right into a full design.
Textile wall hangings are acquainted all through many various cultures for hundreds of years. Lately, they’ve develop into more and more well-liked in fashionable households all through the world, for his or her textured and 3D look making a boho-contemporary tackle house decor.