I weave cloth that is emotional and mathematical. The starting point to my work is the memories and relationships evoked by the patterns and motifs of clothing and decor from heritage textiles. Multi-layer weave structures are resolved using a mathematical approach and extensive sampling. In contrast, my approach to natural dyes and embellishments is intuitive. The transmission of textile knowledge is done through sample books and using various notation. I ask, how do you write cloth? How similar is the cloth reconstructed from its recipe to the original one? My practice materializes the slippages that occur from this—and other—translations. Clothmaking and printmaking are both series of repeated gestures and manipulations of specific tools. Every thread goes through my hand’s multiple times through processes of natural dyes, mechanical resists, weaving, unweaving, overdyeing and hand-finishing. The soft structure of fibers allows me to transform the work in space.