Ta'Yali's work is a response to the potential of materials and techniques in both textiles and ceramics.

Ceramics are formed in a liquid state and are then for the outcome solidified, tried to make them stay in a certain way. Whereas in weaving during the process the material is in a fixed state, close to solid. And the final product released out of tension is almost liquid and very flexible.

Bringing together these different states of viscosity of material and process is at the heart of this project – an idea but completely guided by the process.

A smartphone screenshot taken at 4:57PM with 39 percent battery left, on silent, connected to wifi, with full signal, a voice message notification and a warning. All this information is contained in signs in the top bar of thw screenshot. A google picture search result showing three different bent self-supporting pyrometric cones, with a triangular shape slighlty tilted towards the right. The first cone is just slightly curved and the two suceeding ones completely melted. The last one has a glossy sheen. The description says Cromartie Hobbycraft, Self Supporting Pyrometric Cones, 8,99 pounds, 25 per box. Cones measure the combined effect of temperature and time, ( heatwork ). They are sometimes referred to as witness cones. To make a more...
A shiny curled yarn falling from the top of the picture to the botom. Against the background of a white door and a grey floor.
Birdeye-persepective onto brown greenish stone stairs at the front of the picture gradually disappearing into lightblue calm water towards the back of the picture.
Two objects consisting of ceramic at the bottom and translucent textile at the top, one in front of the other.The two layers of textiles create a darker shade. Against a white background.
An object consisting of a horizontal narrow strip of textile fraying towards the bottom and the top with ceramic at the left and at the right. Photographed against a white background.
A layered piece of partly transparent fabric with cone-shaped glass showing through the middle. Photographed against a white background.
A picture of lines distorted through glass. On the righthand side of the frame fabric not covered by glass is visible.