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TranslatorA few days after the opening reception for Frequency, I had the opportunity to visit textile artist Jun Tomita’s studio. This visit was instigated by felt artist and one-woman Kyoto welcome wagoneer Jorie Johnson (thank you Jorie!), who accompanied Kristofer and I into the … Continue reading
Translator Amazing dance performance by Compagnie Marie Chouinard. Part of this year’s Fluid Festival in Calgary.
Translator My second day in the archives at the Textile Museum of Canada was spent with a wool blanket and another catalogne, this one cut in two pieces. Having used an entire day on one piece, I tried to speed … Continue reading
Translator I am in Toronto this week at the Textile Museum of Canada. I spent the day with this incredible, early-twentieth century piece of weaving from Quebec. I took notes on the spacing and order of unique colours in the … Continue reading
Translator Papergirl Calgary is looking for three artists to produce three limited edition posters for Papergirl Calgary 2013. Learn more about the Papergirl movement and events surrounding this year’s Papergirl Calgary on their website. CHECK IT OUT!
Translator Kristofer Kelly has a new website.
Translator Using a process that could be the new definition of meticulous, Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park creates giant ephemeral portraits by cutting layer after layer of wire mesh. Each work begins with a photograph which is superimposed over layers of wire with … Continue reading
Translator (happy anniversary my love x.) Wendy MacNaughton’s website
Translator To learn more about the Papergirl Project HERE. See some of the fantastic submissions from Canada and around the world in the exhibition HERE.
Translator PAPERGIRL CALGARY DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL FRIDAY THE 3RD OF AUGUST! Get us your work by Friday peeps! Here is where you can download the submission form: http://papergirlcalgary.tumblr.com/submissionform And make sure to join us at the … Continue reading
Translator Caroline Schofield is an artist living in Ireland. To see more of her work and learn about her recent experiments with thread and pins visit her website.
TranslatorMore HERE Thank you Christine Cheung
Translator I have finished staining the hemp and tied-ramie weft threads for Noise 1207. The results on the threads are dramatic and I think that they will work well with the organic randomized structure I have developed for these three … Continue reading
Translator This week, I am applying sumi ink to hemp weft threads for a series of three panels to be woven on a Jacquard loom. This work is a continuation of my Noise series investigating structure/pattern iterations composed using random … Continue reading