TexClay is a vision of a circular material that recycles itself.
The starting point for this project was the idea of a (non)interpretable garment that every person interacting with it understands and wears differently. What if there were a material that would let people create their own clothes instantly and that was modifiable over and over again?
The fashion industry has become increasingly unsustainable, with the cycle 'from fiber to cloth to garments to shreds' accelerating to a dangerous speed. Could this cycle be condensed into a single material or technique? Is circular fashion the end of fashion or a rebirth? Could this material/technique find an application beyond clothing?
This page documents the experiments, questions, thoughts and search for answers that arise throughout the project.