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Marie Schumann

Zurich, Switzerland

Born in Offenbach am Main, Germany (1991), now lives in Zurich, Switzerland. Marie works with industrial production processes in which she pushes the boundaries of dimensionality and materiality.
This led to a focused exploration of movement, space and architecture. She set up her studio in 2017 and was nominated for the swiss design awards.

LIGHT LILAC LAYER

Our perception and our movements increasingly take place in virtual space. Layers of technology, identity and connection are fluently interwoven. Working with a computer based jacquard weaving loom that is on one hand state of technology and on the other hand based on one of the oldest human craft techniques meant digitally connecting layers of material knowledge and haptic connections that are tactile experiences of the space.

Now on Sale
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Our perception and our movements increasingly take place in virtual space. Layers of technology, identity and connection are fluently interwoven. Working with a computer based jacquard weaving loom that is on one hand state of technology and on the other hand based on one of the oldest human craft techniques meant digitally connecting layers of material knowledge and haptic connections that are tactile experiences of the space.

LIGHT LILAC LAYER

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Our perception and our movements increasingly take place in virtual space. Layers of technology, identity and connection are fluently interwoven. Working with a computer based jacquard weaving loom that is on one hand state of technology and on the other hand based on one of the oldest human craft techniques meant digitally connecting layers of material knowledge and haptic connections that are tactile experiences of the space.

LIGHT LILAC LAYER

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DARK PURPLE LAYER

Our perception and our movements increasingly take place in virtual space. Layers of technology, identity and connection are fluently interwoven. Working with a computerbased jacquard weaving loom that is on one hand state of technology and on the other hand based on one of the oldest human craft techniques meant digitally connecting layers of material knowledge and haptic connections that are tactile experiences of the space.

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YELLOW OCHRE LAYER

Our perception and our movements increasingly take place in virtual space. Layers of technology, identity and connection are fluently interwoven. Working with a computer based jacquard weaving loom that is on one hand state of technology and on the other hand based on one of the oldest human craft techniques meant digitally connecting layers of material knowledge and haptic connections that are tactile experiences of the space.

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DARK PURPLE LAYER

Our perception and our movements increasingly take place in virtual space. Layers of technology, identity and connection are fluently interwoven. Working with a computerbased jacquard weaving loom that is on one hand state of technology and on the other hand based on one of the oldest human craft techniques meant digitally connecting layers of material knowledge and haptic connections that are tactile experiences of the space.

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

Our perception and our movements increasingly take place in virtual space. Layers of technology, identity and connection are fluently interwoven. Working with a computerbased jacquard weaving loom that is on one hand state of technology and on the other hand based on one of the oldest human craft techniques meant digitally connecting layers of material knowledge and haptic connections that are tactile experiences of the space.

DARK PURPLE LAYER

ODD_top.jpg

Our perception and our movements increasingly take place in virtual space. Layers of technology, identity and connection are fluently interwoven. Working with a computer based jacquard weaving loom that is on one hand state of technology and on the other hand based on one of the oldest human craft techniques meant digitally connecting layers of material knowledge and haptic connections that are tactile experiences of the space.

YELLOW OCHRE LAYER

Marie Schumann