Silent Transformation - Time traces / Incompleteness / Earthy tones
We have many tools that are harder, sharper and stronger than the wind – but none has the enduring power of the wind to shape our world. The wind’s stamp is evident in the way the growth patterns of many trees are defined by its insistent pressure, which is also capable of creating outlandish rock formations.
That persistence is reproduced in harmonious layers of colour and luminous, overlaying tones of copper and red, giving rise to Dried Date and Nomadic Gold – colour schemes that will soon be appearing in our area of life.
Flawlessly complete surfaces are rejected in the new season, superseded by weathered structures and brushed and hammered surfaces.