Installation art is an intervention in space where the artist establishes a relationship between space, artwork and spectator. Works of installation art are usually large scale, outside or inside, and set only for a certain period of time. In the installation works, the artist expresses himself by using various materials and techniques in order to best represent his opinion or concept of the artistic work. Installation art began in the sixties, when artists began to question the relationship between space and art piece. Today, artists express themselves with installation art because it offers them the opportunity to establish a relationship with the viewer. In textile installations the primary artistic medium is textile, textile products or fibers. It can also be made in deferent materials in technique usually associated with textile, like weaving and knitting. Due to its physical characteristics, textile allows for various manipulation methods and gives the artist more freedom in artistic expression. There is a special relationship between textile and space, which can be full of contrasts. A concept or story, an opinion that the author wants to communicate to spectators is of great importance in textile installations. The spectator then accepts or rejects the artist's concept. In some works of art, the concept is designed to trigger different ways of thinking and raise questions on specific subjects. Light plays a significant role in textile installations since textile offers many possibilities of light manipulation and playing with shadows of different shapes and intensities. In the process of research, due to their innovative methods of making and using textile media, impressed me the most Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota, Mexican artist Gabriel Dawe, American artist Pae White and British artist Susie MacMurray. The concept of my spatial installation is the path of life and the circumstances that accompany and guide people in their lives. A long white tube winds around the room where red threads intertwine with it and with each other.