Neenah Coldenhove Supports Artist’s Exhibition

Neenah Coldenhove supports artist exhibition.

Neenah Coldenhove contributed to Swiss artist Stéphanie Baechler’s collection of creations at Rinomina in Paris. The collection was developed by supplying Baechler with sublimation transfer paper, which she used for some of the pieces.

Baechler, who focuses on textile and fashion, presented a collection of screens and their uses in metal, ceramic and textile. Having trained at HSLU Lucerne University of Applied Arts, Baechler has also earned a fashion master’s degree from the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem, the Netherlands. She has worked as a textile developer/design assistant for Hussein Chalayan in London and was the head of print design for renowned textile company Jakob Schlaepfer.

Baechler’s work investigates fashion‘s formal and structural vocabulary. She has received the Federal Swiss Design Award several times and her works continue to be included in both public and private collections. With her latest collection and through the promotion of sensory richness, Baechler strives to enlighten others about how it is increasingly difficult to imagine ourselves separately from our devices, and how our cyborg relationship is obscuring the impact technology has on our lives and ecosystem.

Two of the pieces displayed at the exhibition were the result of the cooperation:

• Flat, sequined discs showing on one side the earth sans satellites and on the other side the earth as it is today with all the satellites revolving around it.

• Printed images of cortical homunculi.

A textile background and further career have led Baechler to use the company’s sublimation transfer paper, which has allowed her to print a different image on each side of a sequined textile. This is an example of how digital transfer printing can open up a wide range of possibilities, including unique designs and highly creative art works.

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