I can not stop thinking about it. I want, I need to express it in textile medium.
All my present photography creation is around the texture... As I mentioned erlier in web description nothing can stop me in the action taken.
What mean the texture? Is it only a smoothness or roughness of the surface? Defect of the structure? Relative proportion of the grain, finer size? Interreaction? All if that aspects are represent a texture. But what about the art? Texture in visual art is a perceived surface quality of a work. An element of two or three dimensional designs. Along with other elements of design, can convey a variety of messages and emotions.
Physical texture (actual texture or tactical texture) are the patterns of variations upon a solid surface. Having a physical quality then can be felt. Using rough surface can be visually active, whilst smooth surface can be visually restful. The use both can give a sense of personality to a design, or utilised to create emphasis, rhythm, contrast, etc.
Visual texture (implied texture) is the illusion of having physical texture. Every material and support surface has its own visual texture - canvas, watercolour paper/ photo quality computer paper. Photography, drawings and paintings use visual texture to portray their own subject matter realistically and with interpretation.
Hypertexture define as realistic simulated surface texture produced by adding small distortions across the surface of an object. Fluid morphic, cyber graphics.
My experiments around the tactical texture expressed by the textile.
And some natural dye fabrics for texture creating.