Living space - the exhibition of Sallay Anna, Tóth Barbara and Zámori Zsófia textile artists
Sallay Anna – textile artist
The objects of our living space are really important in our daily lives, especially the ones made of leather.
We love them, because they are full of life - breathing, aging, just like us. During the creative progress they take their final shape of their own will. The convergent lines on the leather surface of my bags are like structures of the nature around us - evoking the tangled connections of paths.
Tóth Barbara – textiltervező művész
The patterns for the exhibition were inspired by moving from Pest to the countryside four years ago. Initially this change was very strange to her, maybe half year has passed when she got used to to the small-town. The 30-minute walk to the train station was tiring at first, then she discovered the benefits. Later, she became a dog owner, so she was walking with him even more, discovered the nearby forest and lakes in the process. During the walks she gleaned flowers, leaves, tiny plants, which she pressed and digitized. The pressed plants are the basis of the patterns, which were designed for wallpapers.
Zámori Zsófia - textiltervező művész
Different spaces connect to my everyday activities. Looking at these particular actions I have special moves for many small areas in my life. For instance, when I eat alone I use a different part of the kitchen than if I ate with my whole family. I have my personal space in the living room and the bathroom and even in our shared bed. I own a part of the metro when I use public transport and I have my own seat at the cinema. There’s also a section of the street that only I am using when I walk. Actions and places – living spaces.