Thread Lines

Textile: Cloth and Culture Volume 14.3, May 2016

Fiber art is undeniably a social practice, intimately tied to histories of labor, textiles, handcraft, community, and gendered ritual. As a material and aesthetic practice, it has endured a somewhat complicated relationship to other artistic media; however, several concurrent exhibitions have sought to redefine the boundaries and intersections between fiber art and more hierarchical disciplines, among them Thread Lines, recently on view at The Drawing Center.

Full piece:

Share this: