Posts Tagged 'light'

AIR Interview: Rebekah Bassen

Rebekah Bassen, one of our AIR cycle 8 residents, has been experimenting with the combination of monofilament and heavy wool yarn to create tubular double cloth structures. She has been working a lot with light and how it can interact

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AIR Interview: Rebekah Bassen

Rebekah Bassen, one of our AIR cycle 8 residents, has been experimenting with the combination of monofilament and heavy wool yarn to create tubular double cloth structures. She has been working a lot with light and how it can interact

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AIR6 Drawing Marathon

The artists of AIR cycle 6 recently participated in an all-weekend, intensive drawing marathon. Having spent many childhood summers away at camp, I nostalgically anticipated this immersive experience for weeks. The marathon was a way to get to know one other,

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AIR6 Drawing Marathon

The artists of AIR cycle 6 recently participated in an all-weekend, intensive drawing marathon. Having spent many childhood summers away at camp, I nostalgically anticipated this immersive experience for weeks. The marathon was a way to get to know one other,

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Sebastien Preschoux

Let’s get back to the basics shall we? Textile arts is all about using threads and bringing them together to make cloth, thus that thread ultimately becomes a part of a larger object. I first saw a thread installation at

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Sebastien Preschoux

Let’s get back to the basics shall we? Textile arts is all about using threads and bringing them together to make cloth, thus that thread ultimately becomes a part of a larger object. I first saw a thread installation at

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Capturing the Light

–Light and air are invisible existences– Asako Ishizaki‘s inspiration comes from the drama created by nature’s ecosystem, which penetrates every facet of our lives.  Her work offers to simulate the senses and imagination of invisibility and visibility.  ”Therefore the form

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Capturing the Light

–Light and air are invisible existences– Asako Ishizaki‘s inspiration comes from the drama created by nature’s ecosystem, which penetrates every facet of our lives.  Her work offers to simulate the senses and imagination of invisibility and visibility.  ”Therefore the form

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