A series of six exhibitions presents an exploration of the expressive possibilities of fiber through the work of 27 contemporary artists, while engaging the viewer in broader considerations of the medium’s emotional meanings, its connections with ordinary experiences, and its capacity for critique and social commentary.
Dead Treez explored social and political issues within the gender-bending subculture of Jamaica’s dancehall community.Explore this Exhibition
In recent years, fiber art has eluded characterization as it has infiltrated traditional art practices and expanded into installation and performance.Explore this Exhibition
The works of both Sandra Sheehy and Anna Zemánková draw inspiration from plant life and garden scenes.Explore this Exhibition
Paying close attention to our surroundings and the study of material things is at the center of Joan Livingstone’s exhibition, ODDMENT[S]Explore this Exhibition
In this video presented from four spinning projectors, Ann Hamilton follows a red thread traveling over and under a piece of semitransparent, white paper.Explore this Exhibition
Combining a handwoven uniform, a knitted sock, cast-iron pattern pieces, a cast-iron sculpture of a sewing machine, and a model of the Wigwam Mills factory made during her 2014 Arts/Industry residency.Explore this Exhibition