un:Seen - Using fibre as the allegory of the invisible hidden within
Exhibition dates: 5 December 2019 - 19 January 2020
Friday 6 December 2019
Entry: $10 adults, $7 Friends/members
Using fibre as the allegory of the invisible hidden within
un:Seen is the new and innovative exhibition by untethered fibre artists – a talented and highly skilled group working predominantly with fibre. The essence, the core, of group exhibiting is human interaction, imparting a message and sharing a passion. The projected concept of a fibre exhibition sets its self apart from the traditional - with the unconventional intermixing and intermingling of ideas, through the connectivity of the theme un:Seen; utilizing, yet unifying, in the different fibre mediums - encompassing the use of stitch, fibre, fabric, print, found objects and surface design, in a visually dynamic exhibition. The artworks entice the audience to share in the responses which reflect on individual experience and interpretation of the exhibition title, un:Seen. The works offer insight into that which is hidden, intangible, fleeting and exposed to the gaze of the viewer.
Image Credit: Katherine Kachor, detail from The Wife’s Tale, book page, mulberry paper, silk organza, fabric, free machine stitching.
Image courtesy of the Artist. Photo by Janet Tavener