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.
Educational workshops were carried out in location at the Carlow Arts Centre
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 7 Jun 2014
EventMaterialisation Mapping the Making - Carlow / Visual Centre for Contemporary Art
Duration: 7 Jun 201431 Aug 2014

Keywords

  • Print Weave Borris Lace Collaboration

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