My fascination for landscape is the manmade relief as it is visible in the morphology of cultural historic agricultural sides. The mutability of landscape caused by mankind is my domain in landscape research.  In this making of land I find parallels in the process of felt making.


In my teaching I share knowledge of the historic making of land as well as the making of felt. During workshops I invite students for a walk into the landscape to see the landscape anew. Not only reading landscape connects students to landscape history it also enables them to feel the landscape from inside.

Mapping Landscape

When I teach, I concentrate on the landscape experience of students. The haptic experience of making felt out of wool enables students to make ideas visible in a tangible way. In my workshops I use modern maps as well as historic maps of landscape to make visible the time line and story of landscape.