Ingraining humanity into each tuft, Sandra Keja Planken’s tapestry work reflects intimacy in abstract forms. As an interior and product designer, she travels to the digital realm by conceptualizing her work as painting then manipulating colors to resonate through yarn. Vegan eucalyptus and bamboo yarns congregate in vivid anthropomorphic forms.
Rhett Baruch Gallery presents Tangible Digital, a group show exploring the tethers of the modern age.
We all are challenged with bringing dynamism into our online presence, trying to animate the numbers within code. This show brings you work across the programed sphere embracing humanity from flat expression.
Links: Rhett Baruch Gallery