Rizoma wall tapestry, exclusive and sober piece of textile art. Philosophy and biology inspire the design of the Rizoma tapestry. Plants with rhizomes are permanent and produce new shoots every year. Good news for this tapestry.
First, combine three cotton ropes of different thicknesses. We want each one to produce its roots, shoots and knots. Then, the tapestry design has a single knot which in itself is a multitude.
We look for multiplicity, there are arboreous productive connections that favor the growth of strong roots and stems.
The clove hitch knot is the most typical example of a cross knot. Widely used in macramé, textile art and in many other cases where such a versatile knot is useful.
“The rhizome has very diverse forms, from its branched extension in all directions to its concretions in bulbs and tubers”. The words of Deleuze and Guattari inspired the design of this textile art wall tapestry optimal for interior design.
In fact, the voices of philosophers are still alive in my memory. “The multiple must be done, but not constantly adding a higher dimension, but, on the contrary, in the simplest way, by dint of sobriety”
Contain time in an object, in materials. Rhizomes and tissues inherit memory and history in their genetics. Both include elaborate creation processes in their structure.