We will use various types of tree bark, mulberry, eucalyptus, abaca and plants such as sisal, flax, corn and onion. The first day we’ll prepare the fibres by cutting, boiling and rinsing them and then grind them to pulp.
The next day we’re going to make paper from this. Contrast can be created by making a composition of transparant leaves, needles and visible plant fibres. We will collect the result of this in a self-made folder.
|Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April|
|Friday 17 and Saturday 18 May|