Warped Destruction at Carlow Arts Festival. Materilisation - Mapping the Making

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Abstract

In response to the Carlow Arts festival call mapped against 'new materials and technology' a collaboration between a textile printer (Trish Belford ) and weaver ( Barbara Dass ) was formed. Weaving begins with yarns and a conception of their interaction in three dimensions, preparatory work is extensive and determines in large measures the final outcome. printing starts with a fabric and takes it through a set of transformations, usually focusing on colour and pattern; it is very direct and interactice. To mix the two practices will be an interaction between long and methodical (weave) and quick and spontaneous (print) process and thinking.

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Keywords

  • Print Weave Borris Lace Collaboration

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Warped Destruction at Carlow Arts Festival. Materilisation - Mapping the Making. Belford, Patricia (Author); Dass, Barbara (Author). 2014. Event: Materialisation Mapping the Making, Carlow / Visual Centre for Contemporary Art.

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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