Finally another event with people, music and design: The top floors of the Mauer parking garage, in the middle of Coburg’s city center, were transformed into exhibition spaces, concert stages and cafés. This year, the textile design course was represented at the 34th Coburg Design Days with the bachelor thesis of Ines Rodler. The large-format, experimental jacquard fabrics formed a beautiful contrast to the exposed concrete and colored markings of the parking garage. A digital documentation of the work illustrated the construction and the creation of the work to the visitors.
Analog monotypes of flowers and grasses were digitized and reinterpreted for the designs. Matching color and texture bindings emphasize the expressive character of the work. Exhibited were 4 large-format jacquard pictures (each approx. 140 x 200cm). The fabrics were realized in the weaving laboratory at the Münchberg campus. Here the textile design students have the possibility to realize their ideas on a large-sized Jacquard machine of the company Dornier.
On the Instagram channel of the study program @textildesign_muenchberg you can find more current works and insights into the textile design studies at the Münchberg campus.