Thailand, 1983

The impermanence of things

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Aalto School of Art, Design and Architecture
Department of Design
Textile Art and Design

Impermanence occupies a central position in Zen Buddhism and Wabi Sabi philosophy, which are essential to Japanese art and culture. Nothing is stable, but in a stage of change. Buddhism teaches about equanimity in the midst of change and how to respond more wisely to impermanence, because all conditioned things are transformative, unstable and keep changing.

The intention of my thesis is to create a textile installation that conveys to the impermanent statement. The installation is made of one thousand natural dyed cotton threads. The visual perception of the artwork varies according to the viewpoint.

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