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pop supper series 102-103
118 in(150 cm x 300 cm)
DAMSS is the name with which Daniela Arnoldi, environmental engineer, and Marco Sarzi-Sartori, architect, since 2000 sign the exclusive works of Art that they create as a pair, with an unmistakable style. DAMSS use mainly natural or manmade fabrics, yarns and fibres to create sculptures, pictures and installations, focusing on industrial waste fabrics and their manipulation. The underlying theme of the works is the intrinsic value of the reuse and development of the medium connected to the strong technical textiles, maximum creativity and freedom of expression. The creative action of DAMSS aims to use art to promote industrial textile recycling using new languages. Design is their strong point from reciprocal previous professional experiences and thanks to these, DAMSS can create large-sized works.
Cotton, synthetic fabric, manipulated fabrics embossing fabrics with vlieseline.
Fabrics treated with alcohol pigmentation and bleaching, in a double layer in order to give aesthetic depth, then textures created using the hot textile method were added; personal techniques; machine embroidery.