Tsilli

Tsilli Pine‘s recent work, ‘the figures’ is a series about the topography of money in human consciousness, the power of numbers and how much they dictate, both psychologically and actually. ‘These pieces were made with pigment, vintage paper and cotton thread on rice paper. The color palette is intentionally restricted to red and black: the colors of accounting. The work details the extent to which I think about finances, and uses the historically feminine crafts of sewing, collage and rubber stamping to penetrate and explore the traditionally masculine realm of business in our lives.
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6 thoughts on “Tsilli

  1. This appeals to me. I’m not into accounting or finances, but I’ve always liked the idea of using symbols from different disciplines in creative ways.

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