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Monika Bairwa Portfolio

  1. 1. Monika Bairwa | Textile Design | National Institute of Design | | monikabairwa2@gmail.com | +91-7878776640 |
  2. 2. MONIKA BAIRWA | TEXTILE DESIGN EDUCATION : -Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Textile Design from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad.(2010 batch). -Graduated in B.A (HONOURS) in Textile Weaving from Banasthali University, Niwai, Jaipur. PROJECTS : -Advance Surface Design : Print collection & surface ornamentation for stoles. -Design Project on floorscapes for recreational place (swimming pool). -Craft Documentation on Palm Leaf products in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. -Live project with SEWA, Designing the space for their museum. SKILLS: -Weaving -Print Design -Surface development -Garment design -Embroidaries, chrochet, Knitting -Proficient in Adobe creative suite, CAD EXPERIENCE: -Industrial training at Weaver’s Service Centre (Ministry of Textile), Jaipur In Designing for a month from 18/05/09 to 17/06/09. In Weaving for 25 days from 10/05/10 to 03/06/10. -Industrial training at Arvind mills for 2 months. Created prints & artworks for Premiere vision, 2012, Paris.
  3. 3. WOVEN STRUCTURES: These samples has been woven using variety of weaves (Back fabric, Multilayer, Extra weft, Extra warp, Extra weft & warp, Quilting) and different yarns (count 10 - 60).
  4. 4. Woven samples for Dress material ; saree, women kurtis, etc.
  5. 5. Multilayer structure using different count yarns. Different Quilting structures with different count yarns.
  6. 6. HANDWOVEN RUG This rug is made by hand picking the yarns on a handloom.
  7. 7. TAKING REFERENCE FROM STRUNG FLOWERS TO DEVELOP COORDINATED WOVEN STRUCTURES Reference Colour Abstraction Terry Basic Weaves
  8. 8. SPACE DIVIDER: Inspiration is taken from a brick wall and its construction. The space divider is made by weaving a multilayer structure.
  9. 9. HANDMADE SAREE : Sample saree with extra warp weave using cotton and silk yarn. zoom out image of border
  10. 10. HAND WOVEN MUFFLERS
  11. 11. SCREEN PRINTING: Study of natural forms and abstracting it to achive motif for a pattern.
  12. 12. DYEING TECHNIQUES: Arashi, Bandhani & Clamp Dyeing
  13. 13. DECONSTRUCTION AND RECONSTRUCTION: Deconstructing an old denim (jeans) and then reconstructed a pair of shoes and a garment.
  14. 14. Constructed a garment using an old denim mens wear jeans.
  15. 15. Sewing techniques: Stitching, pleating, sandwiching techniques are explored on different fabrics.
  16. 16. LAMP SHADE: Using fegoting technique
  17. 17. PRINT CONCEPT: A flower is took from nature to develop a print for saree by abstracting the form to set a repeat consisting Bel, Buta & Jaal. Single Buta Single unit of Bel Single unit of Jaal
  18. 18. Saree having all over jaal and bel at borders with butas in pallu.
  19. 19. Color extraction : A painting is taken to extract a color for print.
  20. 20. Colors for the print are extracted from the painting
  21. 21. SHAPING UP FABRIC: Explored shaping different fabrics like glass nylon, organza, polyester, net permanently in different forms.
  22. 22. Heat setting is done on different types of fabrics which are made by man made fibres.
  23. 23. photography photograph shows the stacking of objects in a beautiful way forming a pattern.
  24. 24. These photographs are clicked for capturing light & shadow, rythem, contrast.
  25. 25. industrial training : The explorations were done in the industry employing the techniques like shibori, arashi, tie dye, bleaching, indigo dye, dip dye, hypo spray and screen prints on light weight Indigo fabrics. The art works were displayed at Premiere Vision’ 12, Paris for the Arvind Ltd. pavilion.
  26. 26. Artworks made by using different techniques on different denim materials
  27. 27. Artworks made by using different techniques on different denim materials
  28. 28. Artworks displayed at Arvind Ltd. Artworks displayed at Premier Vision, Denim, May 2012, Paris
  29. 29. SCREENS FOR OUTDOOR CAFETERIA : Developed the screens inspired from a structure of beehive with the mix of indian and contemporary art. Materials used are net, plastic, small round mirrors, metal chain.
  30. 30. Screens were up there in NID canteen
  31. 31. DESIGN PROJECT : Designing floorscape for recreational place (swimming pool). Exploring different materials and techniques.
  32. 32. Water absorbing and relaxing mat.
  33. 33. Created a moisture absorbing foot mat using numbers of potli filled with polyfill as well as thermacol balls in some. Potlis with thermacol balls helps the person to feel relaxed and potlis with polyfill inside helps in absorbing water. This mat serves a multipurpose solution of relaxtation as well as absorbancy.
  34. 34. ADVANCE PRINT AND SURFACE DESIGN Taking an unusual flower i.e; fennel and abstracting it for exploring different prints. Prints are first done on paper using different colors and colored pens, then these prints are applied on fabric.
  35. 35. Explorations for final print
  36. 36. Selected print Final modified print which is to be screen printed on fabric Visual application of final print on paper which is to be screen printed and hand painted on fabric
  37. 37. Collection of screen printed and hand painted stoles
  38. 38. Taking a natural forms of spider lily to develope prints
  39. 39. Final prints
  40. 40. Application of final print by devore technique on lamp shade
  41. 41. Display of final collection of stoles and lamp shade at NID
  42. 42. | Monika Bairwa | Textile Design | National Institute of Design | | monikabairwa2@gmail.com | +91-7878776640 |

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