by Dienke Dekker
Stripes are one of the oldest and most basic forms of decoration and expression, conveying colour and rhythm. By interweaving these fundamental graphic elements the stripe and the construction challange each other into 2 and 3 dimensional grids. This interaction becomes subject to the research featuring a graphic conversation of stripe-based patterns and sripe-woven-form.
Materials: paper , gouache, pen, acrylic marker
Photo’s by Floor Knapen , Dienke Dekker