Aerial Lace

Publisher:
1st Tamworth Textile Triennial, Tamworth Regional Gallery
Publication Type:
Exhibition
Citation:
Sensorialoop
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Aerial Lace is a suite of fifteen textile works that explore memory, place and identity. The work reflects on the experience of migration and the process of cultural assimilation. It seeks to extend metaphorical and material translations of lace. The series was selected for Sensorial Loop, the 1st Tamworth Textile Triennial. The Triennial explores the change and blurring of boundaries in Australian textile practice today. From 24 September to 26 November 2011, the Tamworth Regional Gallery featured the work of 22 textile artists, selected by Guest Curator Patrick Snelling. The Triennial is an incarnation of the Tamworth Fibre Textile Biennial, and continues its rigorous and stimulating contribution to Australias cultural calendar.
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