Grafting Propriety: From Stitch to the Drawn Line
DescripciónGrafting Propriety explores how textile agendas can be addressed without the use of the material, for example, how textile methodology can be recreated in drawing and the drawn stitched line, using a recent textile research residency and a solo exhibition - both at The Collection Museum, Lincoln - as the starting point to focus on a particular aspect of Maier's work. The publication also examines other recent works created during an international residency at the abandoned Spode Factory; research projects involving the use of digital embroidery combined with the drawn line; and works using historical popular surface pattern. Featuring photographs of various archival pieces, early and new artworks, and essays from leading experts in the field, the book will accompany Maier's Stitch and Peacock exhibition, acting as a resource and documentation for the overall project. The work falls within a wide international context linking the Kaunas Art Biennale: TEXTILE; Topographies of the Obsolete as part of the British Ceramics Biennale, 2013; The Subversive Stitch Revisited: The Politics of Cloth symposium, 2013; and Thread Lines, The Drawing Center New York, 2014.
Detalles del producto
Black Dog Press
Fecha de Publicación
23 de noviembre de 2016
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