A collection of works by Belgian artist Klaas Rommelaere.
Masks, skeletons, butterflies, teenage TV shows... The artist collects images from everyday life, the internet, movies, etc., and creates textile art such as tapestries and flags, assemblages packed with hundreds of images. . He is a member of a local cinema and spends all day in front of widescreens when not in production.
The artist's work resembles the traditional tapestry of some ethnic group, suitable for museum corridors lined with display cases. This impression comes from the fact that the materials collected are mainly textiles with a myriad of colors and materials. The author once studied fashion in the Belgian city of Ghent and worked as an intern under designers Henrik Vibskov and Raf Simons, but the fashion industry didn't seem to fit. This book was published under the auspices of Be-Part, a contemporary art platform in Kortrijk, Belgium.