‘Moving Meshes’ Fluidity at Domaine de Boisbuchet

Moving Meshes’ at Domaine de Boisbuchet in the Southwest of France

Please enjoy my article (from the archives) on designer Maria Blaisse’s textile and movement research project ‘Moving Meshes’ at Domaine de Boisbuchet in the Southwest of France.

Intentionally ambiguous yet painstakingly researched, Moving Meshes asks the question: Should the human body or should formal considerations take the lead when considering the parameters of modern interiors? Hovering at the intersection of organic sculpture and costume design, each of Blaise’s bamboo frameworks is a flexible and wearable pavilion of sorts and fills space in a manner reflective of Shigeru Ban’s structures and their conceptual exploration of transparency, the spherical, and the open plan. The installation includes five delicate, though resilient, bamboo works and a video projection that helps to narrate a range of permutations and the overall choreography of space.

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