"From a young age, Mocanu was surrounded by artisanal production. Her mother is a textile artist and her father, a furniture designer. The artist’s ability to combine the seemingly disparate disciplines of painting and textile design stems from her training in both domains; a self-fashioned methodology that coalesces from fine art and artisanal production. Her work is a testament to the concept of adjacency put forward by American sociologist Richard Sennet: through close control of their process, craftspeople develop the ability to bring together two divergent elements or skillsets in the attempt of forging a new type of practice and achieving results that are entirely nascent." Adrian Madlener
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