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荷兰艺术家丽莎·弗赖森通过室内设计的方式探索了我们与真菌、污渍、霉菌和水分的关系。Freijsen创造的地毯模仿了这些元素生长和衰退状态下自然形成的独特模式。每一块地毯都有自己的形状和颜色,由同心圆组成——有些边缘歪歪扭扭,有些则是简单的圆圈。

Dutch artist Lizan Freijsen explores our relationship to fungi, stains, mold, and moisture through modes of interior design. Freijsen creates rugs (as well as wallpapers and blankets) that mimic the unique patterns of natural formations in states of growth and decay. Each carpet has its own shape and color palette, and is comprised of concentric rings—some with eccentrically squiggling edges and others with more simple circles.To produce these often large-scale textiles, Freijsen partners with Hester onijs and Karen Zeedijk at the Textile Museum in Tilburg, NL. In addition to her own art practice, Freijsen has been teaching at the Willem De Kooning Academy in Rotterdam since 2000. You can see more of her work and peruse rugs that are available for purchase on her website.

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