Weaving, a textile craft involving intersection of two distinct sets of yarns, has profoundly emerged as an innovative tool for textile manufacturing. However, its application as a tool to produce three dimensional textiles needs to be explored to a high potential, over two dimensional fabrics.
Through my research, I tend to generate a range of varied innovative structures,challenging the role of handloom weaving to obtain constructive three dimensional forms without manipulative handling. The two dimensionally woven fabrics on loom, transform into 3D structures once taken of the loom.
Combination of yarn and weave, creates an interesting co-relation of material and technology based innovation.
The work aims at collaborative application of textiles within disciplines of interior surface design, architecture, furniture and other varied applications for three dimensional outcome.