She said it took her a month to set up the installation.
“There were days when I worked on the piece for 14 hours in a row.” An avid Discovery channel viewer, as she described herself, Sumayya Khalid’s Spider Web is a result of her fascination with spiders. That is what caught my eye and I created this installation,” she said.
Rahmani has placed hand drawn images against the fabric wall which are reflected in the mirrors.
There are drawing of rickshaws, trees and her house to “add a design element to her work”.
He said textile designing departments will also boost country’s textile industry.
The works on display included knitted, woven and printed fabrics, furniture, apparel and interior designs.
She said she had woven three yards of fabric in a week to create a surface that looked like a spider’s web in form of umbrellas.
She said she focused on aesthetics rather than on functionality.
She hopes to help her father, a textile designer, though she does not want to limit herself to designing only.
“I want to explore the functionality aspect of design,” she said.