Cotton scrim is commonly used in theaters, special events and other interior settings for quick economical swags
Designer Ivy Flores created this gorgeous installation with the ominous title, “A Scenic View of the End of the World.” The installation consisted of hanging strips of cotton scrim arranged within a cave-like structure so that viewers could walk into the center of the space and look outwards. Four projectors lit the fabric strips by beaming a panoramic animation outwards from the center of the space. The effect was ethereal.
Cotton scrim is commonly used in theaters, special events and other interior settings for quick economical swags and billows that are light as a feather. Ivy selected this ultra-fine gauzy fabric so that light would pass through the material with minimal effect on the layer behind it Soft and durable qualities made it perfect for an exhibit that users were encouraged to walk through, touch and move.
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