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Migrations exhibition

Konstnärligt arbete
Författare Jessica Hemmings
Publicerad i Huddersfield Gallery of Art, England
Publiceringsår 2017
Publicerad vid Högskolan för design och konsthantverk
Språk en
Länkar https://artdesign.unsw.edu.au/whats...
https://australiandesigncentre.com/...
https://doi.org/10.1080/14759756.20...
https://research.hud.ac.uk/institut...
https://vimeo.com/208378394
www.ncad.ie/gallery-event/view/migr...
Ämnesord textiles, multiple, portable, migration, culture
Ämneskategorier Design, Litterär gestaltning, Bildkonst

Sammanfattning

The Migrations exhibition travelled through 2017 (America, Ireland, Australia, England) and explores the notion of textiles as carriers of multiple cultural influences put forth in the accompanying publication Cultural Threads: transnational textiles today (Bloomsbury) edited by Jessica Hemmings. Curated by Hemmings, the exhibition included contemporary artists, designers and an author who all work at the intersection of cultures and use multiple, portable textiles as their vehicle. Objects and their transnational narratives were the primary focus of the Cultural Threads book, from which the Migrations exhibition emerged. The premise of the Migrations exhibition was that the portability of textiles – the ease with which they move around the globe – and their hybrid position within the worlds of craft, design and art make them particularly apt carriers of culture. Alongside portability, the exhibition also focused on the reality that the textile often exists as a multiple. While versions roam, others stay closer to home.

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