This scarf belongs to an artist from the Brazil. Its surface is marked by faint, almost invisible pattern. Passed through the hands of an artist the status of the object is susceptible to shift – the object becoming an artwork only by having been chosen by its owner. The transformation of the scarf was influences by Anni Albers textile experiments, following her weaving techniques – such as floating weft threads – a technique borrowed from ancient Peru – that recall the structure of texts in her pictorial weaves and may even suggest the influence of her teacher Paul Klee.

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