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Pattern

– Beatrice Heuvel, 2013

Beatrice Heuvel

MA Textile Design

A recurring theme in Beatrice Heuvel’s work is repetition – emphasizing form, order and control – both in inspiration and practice. Her fascination for structures, both internal and external, has provided a rich source for visual exploration.

Experiential learning is integral to her creative practice; she develops her designs by making and testing multiple alternatives – the act of repeating a process allows her to exploit any incidental differences. She develops and applies her own systems of investigative research, making and testing materials and pushing the boundaries of preconceived or familiar uses to create new concepts.

Currently, her work is focused upon the use of materials as a means of protection (from natural to man-made), and she has developed a series of original tessellated designs: inspired by armour and systems of proportions based upon the “Golden Section,” she has created structured materials from pieces of perspex and wood combined with digital prints and transferred images.

Links

beatriceheuvel.blogspot.co.uk

beatriceheuvel.com

Pattern

– Beatrice Heuvel, 2013

Pattern

– Beatrice Heuvel, 2013