"I'm interested in how the completed work is still a part of the process. Because of gravity, the people in the space, the time of the day and the lighting, it's never the same," says Grobler.
The work consists of seven massive looms hanging from the ceiling of the atrium of the building. They're made with local mohair and cotton, and specially imported Italian merino wool that's also used in the jackets of the newest Trenery fashion collection. (Trenery commissioned the work.)
It took Grobler, her assistant Nienke de Wet and four others four days to hand-weave the natural fibres in the artwork, which is made of shades of white. Known for her use of strong colour, this is first time Grobler has created a space in white.
The work is on display in the atrium of the Trumpet Building, 21 Keyes Avenue or see Grobler's solo exhibition, 'Maybe Time Can Fold' at Circa in Cape Town.