Research into archeological traces of weaving in Norway and Egypt. The two projects fused into the making of several pieces. The research into ancient Egyptian textiles at the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden is combined with a study of Scandinavian weaving fragments during an artist’s residency in Norway. The resulting pieces are an entanglement of the ancient Egyptian ritual of shrouding the dead and the discovery at archeological digs of two rows of evenly shaped stones. Weaving stones signified the place where once a loom stood.