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Impression - Paysage - CHARLOTTE JONCKHEER BY BRUT Collective

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Impression - Paysage - CHARLOTTE JONCKHEER

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PAYSAGE 1 and PAYSAGE 2
Inspired by a study on the color grey, the Impression collection, from which Paysage 1 is part, plays with the theme of density to create color neutral landscapes. Cold shapes, formed with different thick-nesses of black and white wool yarns, create distinct graphical elements against a warm earthy back-ground consisting of grey wool and linen.
A mist covers the landscape of Paysage 1, which is created with soft grey tones in natural silk. The combination of these color variations linked to tactile sensations allows us to experience color in different ways.
The spectator can imagine a house, fields, a road, but is free to link visual memories towards the sce-nery of the rugs. This activates the object/user relation and allows a personal interaction.
Each rug is hand tufted in collaboration with Serge Lesage.
Materials consist of natural wool, linen and viscose

Dimensions

in / 67H x 94.5W
cm / 170H x 240W

Materials Fabric
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BRUT Collective

BIOGRAPHY AWARDS INFORMATION

Bram Vanderbeke (b.1991), lives and works in Ghent, and graduated in 2016 from the Design Academy Eindhoven. His work is diverse, and has a sculptural and monumental form of language. Bram explores and reforms relationships between object, environment and user, and plays with materials, form and functionality. His objects are artistic manifestations in which their functionality is not delineated.

Ben Storms (b.1983) lives and works in Antwerp. Thinking in terms of matter, he tends to assemble form, material and technique in a way that is both innovative and compelling. Ben prefers to start with one material and then look at it without prejudice. His research is similarly uninhibited, ensuring he captures all the possibilities the material has to offer. By probing its boundaries to and beyond the limits, he creates a rather surprising language of form.

Charlotte Jonckheer (b.1988) works on various design projects with flexible partnerships. Her main focus is the emotional value sparked by the use of a design object. Inspired by nature and human behaviour, she plays with anticipation and familiarisation to create designs that intrigue their user and activate interaction.

Linde Freya Tangelder (b.1987) is originally from the Netherlands but is based in Brussels with her studio, destroyers/builders. With a focus on materiality, the studio strives for sensory relevance and cultural value in detail and on a larger scale. Her works have a sculptural and architectural character and are on the edge of contemporary material use and traditional crafts. Working with a wide range of materials – high and low-valued – new values arise. Linde Freya develops objects and projects, based on a method from where material and objects can grow into architectural interventions. She opens up traditional usage and transforms knowledge into new ways of bringing an object closer to our senses. The studio takes on projects that range from limited editions to commissioned projects.

Nel Verbeke (b.1989) lives and works in Brussels. With a background in visual art and a specialisation in design and design research, Nel is primarily a concept designer. Balancing between arts and design, her vocation will always be the emotional potential of shape and space. Fascinated by conceptual thinking, she shies away from the obvious focus.