Calligraphies

Woven works

Calligraphies

In this group of pieces, warp and weft come together to explore the architectural possibilities that the art of tapestry has in itself from the elements that make it up and in its historical function as an object related to living spaces.

They are works that tri-dimension elements of the tapestry language, a naked craft, where each gesture is visible, and it is in the exploration of this gesture that we can follow with our eyes the spiral thread that welcomes the idea of movement.

Gestures that scan the threads as if they were infinite calligraphy that wanted to describe the idea of time inscribed in a small part of a Gothic tapestry.

A counterpoint between the guidelines of tradition and a dynamic that will also give artisanal processes the authority of artistic language without losing the conceptual contents.

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Calligraphies

1985-86 -Europalia 85. Belgium. Department of Culture of Generalitat de Catalunya.
1984 - National Textile Art Exhibition. Aranjuez.
Capital and arches
1987 - Stov Gallery. Amsterdam. Netherlands
Column
1988 - Cloister. Pension Fund Foundation. Barcelona. Catalonia.
1987 - Stov Gallery. Amsterdam. Netherlands.
Double arch
1987 - Stov Gallery. Amsterdam. Netherlands.
Arc d’Olot
1989 - Art Gallery Figueres. Girona. Catalonia.
Oregano
1989 - Art Gallery Figueres. Girona. Catalonia.
Urgell's door
1989 - Art Gallery Figueres. Girona. Catalonia.
Thyme
1989 - Art Gallery Figueres. Girona. Catalonia.
Wheat door
1989 - Art Gallery Figueres. Girona. Catalonia.
1993 - Phare Sud. Mussée Fleury. Lodeve/Gruissan. France.