Cyanotypography is an early photographic method where paper or cloth is coated with a mixture of two chemicals and after drying is exposed to sunlight while overlaid with an object that allows some light through and around it. Where ultra violet light reaches the coated surface of the paper it reacts with the chemicals causing them, after oxidizing in cold water, to turn a deep cyan blue. The process captures an image of the object and is capable of delineating the finest of details. (Find out more here.)
A piece of woven cloth is in essence an arrangement of small spaces surrounded by thread. Depending on the purpose of the cloth the holes might be large enough to put a finger through or invisible to the naked eye but they are there.
To me the most beautiful cloth is that which lets the light through. This is a developing series exploring light and the shadows created by my own weaving.