Textiles | Experiment | Research | Vision
An Exhibition and Book of Contemporary British Textiles
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SLOWstudio, Unit 47 (ring buzzer ‘A’), 110-116 Kingsgate Road, London, NW6 2JG
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Opening event: Friday 27th June 2014, 6pm – 9pm
Exhibition Runs: 28th June – 19th July 2014
Opening times: Friday – Sunday, 12pm – 6pm, or by appointment
Symposium and book launch: Saturday 19th July 2014, 2pm – 7.30pm
Artists: Suzanne Antonelli | Tanvi Kant | Evelin Kasikov | Theo Mendez | Richard McVetis | Marie Molterer | Emma Neuberg | Geraldine Peclard | Victoria Umansky | Egle Vaituleviciute
Picking up where The Geometrics: Volume 1 (New Media, New Methods, New Work) left off, Volume 2 explores the themes of experimentation, research and vision in relation to contemporary textiles. Volume 2 examines the creative process as a tool for investigation, innovation and developmental problem solving. The underlying curatorial vision builds upon a larger textiles theme of Timeless Textile Aesthetics, a constituent part of the Slow Textiles movement.
Each of The Geometrics is a designer, artist, maker and researcher. Themes of playfulness, mending, tactility, colour, shape and form abound in the work, which is at the cutting-edge of geometric textiles in the UK today.
The Geometrics: Volume 2 takes a multi-stranded approach, consisting of a brand new full-colour publication, studio exhibition, a series of Slow Textiles Group professional development workshops and a symposium.
The Geometrics is a project devised by Dr Emma Neuberg (Director of the Slow Textiles Group) and is curated by Neuberg and Daisy McMullan (independent curator and Chelsea Arts Club Trust research fellow). Together, they work to bring together textile practitioners to research, exhibit, publish and create. The long-term aim of The Geometrics is to progress and document the first ever anthology of geometrics in textiles in the UK.