Friday, June 27, 2008
Gyöngy Laky uses materials from nature as well as recycled elements to create sculptural constructions known as "Textile Architecture". These constructions are often free-standing or hang on the wall. Her work references multiple social issues and a variaty of subjects that usually form into words, symbols, or letters.
Just another example of a creative mind using nature's sustainable materials as a way of relaying a message to its viewers. lovely work. Be sure to view the video bellow on her appearance in New York Times Magazine's Green Issue...as well as her website linked above. -Lu-