Tamara's project follows the works of female weavers who studied and taught at the Bauhaus. I research, analyse, and reconstruct the techniques and methods they used to create textiles and carpets, as well as the particular patterns, rythmes, and compositions that characterize each of them.
The project is composed of 14 pieces, inspired by carpets created by the Bauhaus weavers. The pieces were designed with the help of a digital mapping tool and algorithmic software. The color and brightness scale of each of the carpets were translated into surface topography and transformed the woven textiles into three-dimensional objects. A 3D printer was used to create molds into which the porcelain was cast and the sets were configured.