DESIGNERS

ANNE-SOPHIE MULLER

is a French textile designer based in Brussels. She sees textile as a playground where shapes, colors and materials interlock and overlap. Passionate about modularity, she develops a personal approach to laser cutting. Through her playful and geometric work, she invites the viewer to interact and to be creative with her textiles.

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MARINE FROSSARD-RAZAFY

is a French textile designer based in Brussels. Her main source of inspiration is the world of popular food. Driven by the desire to sublimate everyday life and tell stories through textile, she invites us into a colorful, poetic and playful universe where it is never good to take ourselves too seriously!

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ARIANE LIVADIOTIS

is a Belgian textile designer based in Liège. Her work focuses on the dialogue between body and materials. Collaborating with dancers or performers, the body in movement guides her research. Her creations are developed through different prisms: confusion between body and matter, transformed, wrapped, hidden, unveiled. She invites us into a sensitive and bewitching universe. We discover hybrid bodies, dance materials, materials that make the body dance.

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ANAËLLE RENAULT

is a French textile designer based in Brussels. She is also workshop manager for the Textile Creation section of the Woluwe Saint Pierre Academy (Brussels). She is animated by experimentation, research and creative process, which lead to new possibilities, notably the exploration of shapes and materials. Through the application of textiles, she is playing between art and design.

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ÉMILIE BOUCHEZ

is a Belgian textile designer based in Chimay. She is also a plastic art teacher. Nourished by her experience of nature, she cultivates in her work a poetic of the moment. From projections of shadows juxtaposed with different materials and techniques, she creates floating atmospheres in which imagination and sensations reign.

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TANNYNA KOWALSKI

is a French textile designer based in Brussels. She is also a plastic art teacher. Fascinated by the figure of the neo-artisan, her approach is guided by the exploration of textile and material crafts, here and around the world. For her, they are the guardians of a culture and a heritage that she wants to pass on. Focusing her work on weaving and color, textile is for her a medium of transmission.

TANIA NANDANCE

is a French textile designer based in Bordeaux. Her work focuses on texture, volume and image. She uses different mediums: molding, photography, collage and digital printing. By moving from one to the other, she creates abstract and textured landscapes. Her approach aims to open textile creation to other disciplines and to play between handmade and digital.

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