In her book On Weaving, Anni Albers invites us to get to know deeper the structures of weaving and find ways of intervening in it. For example, when she talks about the warp, she describes it as a group of threads in tension that remains parallel and is crossed perpendicularly by another group of lines - the weft.

These pieces are essays in textile language about movement, about structures, aiming to expand the "must be" of weaving. These essays are part of my material negotiations with a horizontal handloom.