Graduated in interior architecture from ESA Saint-Luc Brussels and in textile design from ENSAV La Cambre, Adeline Halot creates unique metallic textile works.
These sculptural pieces, executed by hand, express a desire to translate natural elements - minerals and plants - through weaving. These creations lives in an architecture, capture the light and express a contemplative relationship with time.
The combination of natural fibres and metal gives a dynamic result. Thanks to the use of different wires and threads, the weaves are shaped and the light beams passing through give them a kinetic character.
Adeline Halot brings a new dimension to the practice of weaving. Her detailed creations are the result of an instinctive expression that organises the material on the border between art and design.
REPRESENTED BY :
Atelier Ecru Gallery — Gent
GARDE — Los Angeles / Dallas
GaleriePHILIA — New-York / Geneva
Located on the edge of Bruxelles
The workshop is in Zaventem Ateliers, a former industrial site of 6000m2. This space gathers about thirty independent studios.