PiCMAT paintings are the outcome of PiCMAT social ritual that took place in Bos en Lommerplein 148 (temporary art space) and in Van Eesteren Museum. These are the woven paintings made from unnecessary plastic bags brought to us by people. During their creation, brands on bags dissolve and transform into the abstract tactile image. There, the colours, forms, patterns and words from brands become a new visual form. PiCMAT paintings have a size of a personal space and are made by many people. The paintings into the functional objects in the performance Nomadic Picnic where they are used for creating the space.
       
     
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 PiCMAT paintings are the outcome of PiCMAT social ritual that took place in Bos en Lommerplein 148 (temporary art space) and in Van Eesteren Museum. These are the woven paintings made from unnecessary plastic bags brought to us by people. During their creation, brands on bags dissolve and transform into the abstract tactile image. There, the colours, forms, patterns and words from brands become a new visual form. PiCMAT paintings have a size of a personal space and are made by many people. The paintings into the functional objects in the performance Nomadic Picnic where they are used for creating the space.
       
     

PiCMAT paintings are the outcome of PiCMAT social ritual that took place in Bos en Lommerplein 148 (temporary art space) and in Van Eesteren Museum. These are the woven paintings made from unnecessary plastic bags brought to us by people. During their creation, brands on bags dissolve and transform into the abstract tactile image. There, the colours, forms, patterns and words from brands become a new visual form. PiCMAT paintings have a size of a personal space and are made by many people. The paintings into the functional objects in the performance Nomadic Picnic where they are used for creating the space.


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