THE STORY OF 'Hydrophobia 3D'
A fascination for the old Japanese Suminagashi technique forms the basis for the experimental methodology where the hydrophobic reaction between water and oil based pigments is used to create a unique graphic pattern. Due to this process of discrepancy a fractal motif arises on the surface of the water. This fluid pattern of liquid tension is captured and fixated on delicate silk and fine ceramics. A fleeting two-dimensional surface transforms into a tangible and solid whole.