Textile Street Art

Artist and Crafter in Berlin

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This Berlin-based textile artist worked with threads as long as they can remember.

The 2020 lockdown environment led to quiet daily walks throughout the city and a deeper connection to street art. Along the way, what started as a pastime became an exploration into the lacework of tatting and a desire to share the work with everyone. Graffiti and urban art encouraged bringing tatting to the city’s ever-changing walls in a subtle but intricate way.

The hope is that each pattern inspires a conversation, perhaps along with memories of the lace in grandmother’s home, pushing more people to explore the age-old art of tatting while making their own way among the streets of the city. With a true feeling that the art belongs to everyone, people are always encouraged to take the pieces home.