…we are surfaces and surfaces are us.
The surfaces represent points of connection and interaction between the body, things and the world. The surfaces are where the action is.
They transmit sounds, and smells provide touch and feel, form perceptions: they attract attention, excite expectations and stimulate urges. It arouse our curiosity and even our state of concentration, reveal and see things….” (Joseph A. Amato)
“My main interest in textiles lies in the personal stories that they can reveal, in the search for that reciprocity between the texturality of the written signs and materiality, at the intersection between text and texture …” (Cristina Mocan, textile designer & text artist, founder Arcasha)