Transparencies - Mit Ingelaere
In this publication transparency is the central thought, in the broadest sense of the word.
The first part deals with transparency of the natural elements that Mit Ingelaere uses in her compositions. Their transparency can be inherent, but sometimes it has been created by the position in a piece. The second part focuses on the transparency of the recipients in which she presents her compositions. Of course glass containers are being used: glass is obviously the most translucent material. But Mit Ingelaere has also used plexiglass, because it conducts colour and light. In chapter three she has invited eleven international friends to give their vision on transparency. Pieces from the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy and Japan are being presented. In part four she creates her compositions in harmony with some art pieces in glass. Design museum Gent has put its glass collection at her disposal and some gr