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Collaboration

Emma and Eloise are in the process of creating a bespoke piece of art / furniture around the theme of sleep, dreams and examination of consciousness.

Eloise

Fornieles

Eloise Fornieles is based between London and Athens, working with collage, video, performance, sound and installation. Animals and the environment recur throughout her work, using symbology and cultural signifiers as a way of examining intimacy, gender narratives and our relationship with nature.

 

Eloise is currently on the practice led PhD at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, researching the role of the voice in creating queer space and alternative gender narratives. Fornieles has performed and exhibited internationally including New York, Madrid, Berlin, Lausanne, Tel-Aviv, Paris, Moscow, Miami, Buenos Aires, Amsterdam and Beijing.

Eloise

Fornieles

Eloise Fornieles is based between London and Athens, working with collage, video, performance, sound and installation. Animals and the environment recur throughout her work, using symbology and cultural signifiers as a way of examining intimacy, gender narratives and our relationship with nature.

 

Eloise is currently on the practice led PhD at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, researching the role of the voice in creating queer space and alternative gender narratives. Fornieles has performed and exhibited internationally including New York, Madrid, Berlin, Lausanne, Tel-Aviv, Paris, Moscow, Miami, Buenos Aires, Amsterdam and Beijing.

Emma is dynamic, insightful and fun to work with! Her approach ensures function and beauty are part of the joy of living with art and design.

– Eloise

Collaborating with artists to make bespoke pieces like these is at the very heart of my creative motivation. I find it fascinating how working together can have an exponential effect on each individuals talent and skill, the end result often surpassing our own expectations

– Emma

The next

stage

Whilst the bed is currently being crafted by master furniture makers here in the UK, with a mixture of hand carved timber elements and upholstery, our next crafts-woman Bellamy Jean is working on translating Heloises work into textile form.

 

We will be using an applique method using a traditional embroidery machine to give the design a rich and textured finish.

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