The project focused on how colour and light can be used as the prime design materials. They where investigated in
unison in relation to spatiality.
Colour is a way for us to understand and identify what we see, it is primary
for how we interpret our surroundings. The aim was to explore colour, light and reflections, by the means of
printing and dyeing of translucent materials, as an attempt to challenge the visual perception of the spectator
and the experience of how spatiality is perceived. The project investigated how the boundaries of a textile
can be questioned, for example where does a pattern begin and end? Does it only belong to the textile or can
it transcend to it’s surroundings?