Tzuri Gueta, textile designer and engineer at the Maison d'Exceptions show 2/2

(English subtitles available)
“It’s the material that guides me, it’s just the mixture of different materials and the immediate results, that’s how I decide when to stop, that’s what I’m looking for. And that’s why I found it hard to imagine before, I had trouble drawing. It’s really spontaneous work, which is also linked to accidents. I’ve developed a sensitivity for chance that I can almost control. It’s a bit contradictory, but that’s exactly what I want: controlled chance. When you eat something which runs, I’ll say “Wow, I like the way it runs, can I replicate it?.” It’s not only that each color is pretty, but you need to find the right rhythm. What makes this kind of work something we would like to continue? This is where the boundary lies, the boundary between the time we would like to reproduce something
and that when we would rather erase because it’s a default. It’s the defaults that guide me.”