The site-specific installation at the Slovene Ethnographic Museum in Ljubljana was created for the exhibition InterLACEd. Its location in the passage between the section on the lace heritage overview and the creative works that interpret lace in contemporary context. As the symbolic transition between two historic periods, the shape of the lace pattern transforms from very geometric traditional motif into abstract non-defined threads.
size: 5m x 3m x .8m (16.5′ x 10′ x 2.6′)
material: 440m (1440′) natural sisal rope
TransLace is on show at the Slovene Ethnographic Museum in Ljubljana at the InterLACEd exhibition, June 21st – December 31st 2016