With her felt wall sculptures Kitty Korver tries to comfort herself, as a sensitive person, as well as you. With the soft, warm wool she makes sleek, beautifully finished felt wall sculptures that offer security to the soul. Her own experiences are depicted, sometimes even carved into the shells. Often in all seriousness, another time with humor or in euphoria. But all hope to caress both the eyes and the mind while reducing acoustic stimuli in the room.
The recent addition of self-made bone china elements betray her experience in ceramics.
* “Everything goes through me/ large felt wall sculpture no.9” ( about being a highly sensitive person)
The sound absorbing felt wall objects are ideally suited to improve and embellish your livingroom or other spaces in your house. Photo Dave van Heeswijk.
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April 2021 some of my works were published in DeFKa research magazine SC03. (A magazine about the connection between science, philosophy and contemporary art.) Theme “humor, parody, irony”