Jeung-Hwa Park, by TEXTILES NOW. HINT: Constructed: Three-dimensional textiles. "Softly rounded textures transform this delicately coloured two-dimensional machine knitted wollen fabric into a three-dimensional sculpture. These pieces are the result of shibori techniques using beens, nuts, or pieces of wood, once tied into bundles, the whole cloth is felted and dyed."* *from the book TEXTILE NOW, by Drusilla Cole.
The idea of weaving with unique fibers is one I’m looking forward to exploring more while I’m home for the next few weeks. Marianne Kemp does just that with horsehair. She makes both wo…
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