Our second series of Kibun tapestries called Spectrum is a continuation of the first series Rhythm's study of light and shape.
Initially graphic interpretations of natural phenomena, the motifs depart from reality and become symbols of what they depict, capturing what is transient in a lasting form, through a continuous search for essence: How simply can a story be told?
Both in regard to colour and motifs, the key word is balance – finding serenity between the shapes and tones, thereby contributing a feeling of zen within a space. Kibun, meaning mood in Japanese, forms a subtle tie between Nordic and Japanese aesthetics.
Photographs by Brian Buchard
With support from the Danish Arts Foundation