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almost healing eff ect on the viewer – very much in the spirit of Atmysphere and the aspects of sustainability and wellbeing. Another is Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia, from Chile, who will


transform textile fi bres into a richly colourful landscape of stylised fl owers and plants into a “Textile Oasis”. The artist’s idea is to design the display area in such a way that it


transforms it into a visually comfortable space – literally an oasis amidst the geometric and harsh qualities of the space. The aim is to convey the feeling of wellbeing and comfort. The room is transformed with a soft textile work in material, colours and form. It will do this in a number of ways. One of them is layout. The work will be mainly in the corner of the


stand and on the fl oor, making the angle disappear while visually softening the space. There will also be some separate pieces, such as a plant or fungus that appear and disappear. Colours will also play a part; mainly a series of shades of green


that allude to plants or plant life to create the pleasant feeling of an oasis. It will also have touches of reds and pinks to make it warmer. All in all, a memorable experience.


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