For the 3rd time in a row Mariska de Groot presents an installation at KIKK festival in Namur.
This year she is premiering Crochet, an installation produced with Werktank Leuven (BE).
Above your head spins a collection of bobbin lace doilies with floral patterns. Like a field in claire obscure, they open and close as if they were hit by the wind. Due to a special way of lighting, the patterns of the rugs seem to be constantly changing.
Crochet is a visual music installation with strong cinematographic references, where kinetics and old-fashioned craft meet each other in a surprising way. The work is part of De Groot’s ongoing research into wave movements and the interference between frequencies and patterns.