" Incorporating weaving and dyeing techniques from an eco-feministic perspective, I weave material memories into my artwork. Each piece I create encapsulates not only intentionality but also a deep sense of the past, inviting viewers to explore the rich tapestry of material knowledge and ancestral recollections. 


Within the realm of weaving, I find solace in the slow process, allowing me to reconnect with the living environment and honour the beauty of temporality.


Textiles reside at the border between the self and the world, acting as the malleable boundary that connects the inner dream world with the external surroundings. They are the surface of contact, whether it be the clothes we wear, the sheets we sleep in, or the curtains that adorn our windows. On one side, met by the owner’s presence, while on the other, met with the gaze of a stranger, the touch of a friend, or the solidity of a wooden chair. Underlying this phenomenon lies the inherent tension between withdrawal and engagement with our environment."

Untitled II (conservation efforts) - handwoven

Plato's Womb / Cave Painting with iron oxide - handwoven and hand dyed textile

Traces of Silent Threads (Graduation Project)

Drawing inspiration from textile archaeology, cave paintings, and analogue mediums, Raven Kiss exploring ways to embody early Western historical cave narratives and the often lost female narrative within them. By embracing weaving as a language to encrypt unspoken messages, she imbues archaeology with new meaning - a process of digging, layering, excavating, burying, folding and unfolding.


The work specifically draws inspiration from the discovery that many cave paintings in Europe, previously assumed to be solely the creations of male artists, were actually produced by at least 50% females.

process picture - behind the loom

Engraved vulva figures, Dordgone region in France, 2022.

Cyanotype of vulva figures on handwoven fabric


Adrift, A Shift

June 29th - July 6th

Willem Twee Kunstruimte
Boschdijkstraat 100, 5211 VD 's-Hertogenbosch