Wednesday 15 February 2012

class critique

Yesterday our class had our critique of our "Narrative and Language" project. We were asked to create fibre works which represent 'communicative intention'.

This is a needle felted pillow speaking to the story of little red riding hood.
These are pillow form shapes speaking to Shel Silverstein's book "The Missing Piece".This is both crochet and needle felted 'speaking' to the language of Braille.
This is a nostalgic look at Toronto with a photo transfer technique using mat medium.

This is a reliquary referencing the accidental discovery of animal bones in the woods.
These are hand felted elements referencing an interest in the study of philosophical truths.

This is a hand made cotton skirt with a print in ancient text telling the story of how love is of greatest importance.


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