Annica Cuppetelli's process uses accumulations of synthetic fiber to suggest the presence or absence of the body. She transforms the fabric from a flat plane into a three dimensional form by layering the material to produce volume. The resulting objects reflect the structural design of the body or the space that surrounds it.
The color palette and minimalist style is essential to Cuppetelli's work. She works from a palette of monochromatic colors to create the illusion of a silhouette and shadow. The colors are used to accentuate the depth of the layered material. Her methodology paired with choice of medium, layering, color, and display creates a dramatic transformation for the material.
- Title: Adjunct Faculty - Fibers
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