Warped Perspectives

Posted 17 May 2019

Warped Perspectives

View the works of contemporary tapestry and loom woven textiles that explore materiality, process, and the intersections between textiles, painting, and sculptural form.

Among several other talented textile artists and designers Meghan Spielman’s specialises in jacquard and dobby weaving. The exhibition showcases her traditional techniques such as ikat, gingham, or brocade, in new and original interpretations. The Warped Perspectives exhibition expresses a range of diverse textures and colours. Brit Salt, is another feature artist who describes her practice as an ongoing experiment where line, form and space intertwine. Employing repetition, transparency and materials that have an inherent ability to create movement her work collides between art and architectural practice.

Among these artists Tim Gresham, Ana Petidis, Amanda Ho & Sara Lindsay works will also be displayed.

Visit the exhibition space today!

Sourced: Craft Victoria Website, Amanda Ho, Gridded City, 2015, Double weave in silk
Image courtesy the artist.

11 May – 6 July 2019

Curated by Beck Jobson and Chloë Powell

Artists: Meghan Spielman (USA), Jennifer Robertson (ACT), Tim Gresham (VIC), Amanda Ho (VIC), Ana Petidis (VIC), Britt Salt (VIC), and Sara Lindsay (VIC).



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