Anne Wilson | dispersions. Taking heirloom white damask cloth with holes or tears caused by use, Wilson sewed open the flaw with thread and hair to form a perfect, sculptural circle in the fabric. Piercing the decorative, time-worn cloth with the precision of a gunshot, the circles' edges softly disperse with a haloed effect, stopped again by the white metal frame.
These paper works are by artist Karen Margolis. Her inspiration comes from the Ensō (円相) – a Japanese word meaning circle, and a concept related to layers of abaca paper, holes made with soldering iron)