When you’re a child, you observe your surroundings with a gaze that values things differently than an adults. A piece of trash can easily become a beloved treasure. You learn to navigate through, and use the objects around you as you grow older. By working, shopping, getting dressed, touching, cleaning and so on, the materials around you falls into their predetermined places, if you don’t make an effort to see them in a different perspective.
Instead of placing these liquids along a linear material hierarchy, the designer has poured them out on the same plane. They consists of various colors, patterns and textures, and are stitched by hand onto of a piece of cotton. It is declared in black chain stitch what each puddle consists of, wether it is old breastmilk, pool water or hot aluminium.
All appliqué, quilting and embroidery is done by hand.