Accidental Cutting is an experimental pattern cutting method, focused on finding, not looking for, non-existent volumes, through abstract, random and accidental cuts and patterns.
One of the particularities of the method is the multiplication of the result in different manners and phases, so the result is extended outwards. It’s a kind of endless methodology that can continue in different times and places.
Genius behind the Accidental Cutting
She holds the first PhD Thesis, that analyzes the new phenomenon of creative and experimental pattern cutting, in a global and general way, from a methodological approach of design practice. The Accidental Cutting method is theoretically based on Chapter V of her PhD thesis.