Saskia Saunders works with domestic, everyday materials such as parchment paper, string, and household linens, which are carefully woven, wrapped, and manipulated to form these delicate pieces. Inspired by her travels in Japan, Saunders explores the concepts of Ma (間), negative space, and Wabi-sabi (侘寂), embracing transience and imperfections. Saskia’s work is minimalist in intention, allowing the viewer to focus on texture and detail.

I invite you to follow her Instagram account: @saskia_saunders

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