Embroidery as a subject. The black as a stain. Study of traditional hand embroidery in a conceptual and experimental way. The traditional materials of Haute Coture, along with other more unusual materials such as PVC or rattan, are embroidered on silk organza, with a traditional needle and "Lunéville hook". In the process, the gestures are repeated, multiplied, rotated and deformed, highlighting the maximum and minimum expression of the materials. As a result, 45 black matters.
Materials._ silk organza,cotton and silk thread, raffia, perls, leader, sequins.
Technique._ Hand embroidery with traditional needle and 'Lunéville crochet'.
Size._ Series of 3 pieces of 136.5x136.5cm each, made up of 15 squares of 14x15cm.
Time._ 250 hours.
Catalogues._ Series of 3 catalogues in which the 45 black subjects are studied graphically and technically: times/techniques/materials/sketches.