Horizon Line Modular Wallpiece, 2002 235 cm x 42.5 cm. Fabric. The composition of this wall hanging from the Modular Series reflects the characteristic horizon line of a landscape. It is made of interlocking, die-cut modules that are attached to one another without the use of sewing, stitching, glue or any other attachment method. They are interconnected based on the design of the individual shapes. The Modular Series expresses the idea that textiles can be dynamic. The series is designed without seams, allowing the pieces to be taken apart and altered. In practice, the process may be tangent to that of recycling in the sense that as one’s desire changes, the wallpiece can be remade and preserved in a new form. A wallpiece can be altered to fit new dimensions of space as we change our built environment or move. The texture of the modular textile does not reveal the mechanism of its construction. Presented in Sunset Magazine's showcase of modular ecological architecture. Featured in the books Kit Homes Modern by Ema Ebong, p.53, Glitterati Incorporated, USA and Modular Mansions, by Sheri Koones, p.140, 143, Gibbs Smith, USA.