Woven wall hanging WHITE DREAM
Each item of the collection is unique and carries the philosophy, that Borarti represents: the respect, love and simplicity of nature. I use recycled materials where possible, so each item is a little bit different, I don’t make products by templates on an assembly line.
For me, each item is special, because they relate to a personal experience and they are all made by a human hand. It feels that they carry a part of me, they are made from the bottom of my heart with love, so that they can set out on their journey and fulfill their destiny by moving into their new homes where, with their presence, they offer happiness, peace and inspiration to their owners and they draw our attention to the importance of the closeness of nature.
They are to provide energy for weekdays and coziness for weekends. Whenever we look at them, a pleasant thrill is to run though our bodies, similar to the feeling of the first warm breeze of spring on our faces.
These objects serve this reason. They remind us the importance of this connection day after day. Touch it and look at it! Be inside it! This is my way to nature.
I am a kind of creator who hasn’t succeeded in committing to one particular raw material or technology. Instead, I keep creating my ever changing ideas and I look for raw materials and technics that express my feelings the best. I use natural materials, clay, wood, metal, wool, linen and hemp, but recycled raw materials as well, so plastic also gets incorporated.
The creative process is my path, that I have been pilgrimaging on since my childhood and curiosity is what takes me further on this everlasting journey. Every stop, every station is the birth of an artwork.
I am attracted to the organic and not the symmetric world of shapes, that can be found in nature too. I research the tiny details that are unknown to me. These are mostly found during my walks and I build from them. The veins of leaves, the spiral of cones, the pattern of the barks all inspire me. There are retuning motives, that don’t leave me to rest, that are always there in my mind. These are the foundation stones of my world.
|Country of Origin||Hungary|