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Annie Thornton added this to Designer Interview: Creating Space With Art
“The first piece I made was extremely intuitive - I was using the curtain rod in my bedroom and working on it during the late afternoon and evening. My window was west facing and my room always received blinding light during sunset, so most of the opaque areas on the tapestry were assembled during sunset simply to prevent sun from getting in my eyes while the transparent areas were done in the evening to somehow bring some balance between the two. Given my profession, I have the ability to work with parametric software that could predefine the pattern, size, and shape of an infinite number of tapestries before I actually cut any material, but I often try to avoid this much predetermination because I feel like you’re essentially designing an instruction manual — and where’s the fun in that?”
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