Two 'Grid Structures' together.

Assorted fibers sewn with water-soluble fabric, stretched over cotton broadcloth. These structures are not limited to the construction of warp and weft grid structures found in weaving, they can exist and flow freely without tight constraints. Instead, the light, almost transparent thread interconnects the grid's wide overlapping strings. The movements of the unplanned free-motion sewing grounds the piece and creates the light binding that binds the piece once the water-soluble fabric that holds it together is washed away. Through these structures, I find myself interacting on a common ground where structure and irregularity are allowed to come together.

Larger 'Grid Structures' detail.

'Grid Structures' material before stretching.