Make Lace Not War

Posted: January 2, 2012 by Mo Crow in art exhibitions
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Make Lace Not War is an international exhibition of lace at the Powerhouse Museum here in Sydney
Have a look at the videos describing the designing of the exhibition space as well as the processes involved in making the lace
Behind the Scenes
 Here’s some photos of my favourites
(NB photography was allowed but without a flash so please excuse the wobbliness!)
Masashi Tsukada Wrapping StoneMasashi Tsukada Wrapping Stone
Alvena Hall Ediacara LacesAlvena Hall Ediacara Laces
Andrea Eimke Third Space II
Andrea Eimke Third Space IIAndrea Eimke Third Space II detailAndrea Eimke Third Space II
the video interview with Andrea is fascinating & visit her webpage for more info
there is 130 lace works in the exhibition & they are all so inspiring!
I spent 3 entranced hours in there yesterday and will have to go back for many more before the show closes in April!

Comments
  1. CRBowman says:

    Inspired works, indeed.

  2. deanna7trees says:

    oh how lucky you are to have seen Andrea’s work in person.thanks for sharing.

    • Mo Crow says:

      I’m still digesting the experience, loved all the fretworked & filigreed metals, paper, porcelain and wood too! must go back and take more photos as hardly any of the artists have websites!

  3. margaret johnson says:

    Hello Mo, thankyou for this beautiful post. I have been overwhelmed by these amazing works. In particular the (copper ?) torso made up of words, by Elise Benjamin. I am filled with so much emotion by this beautiful piece. The artist describes her work so simply, but with such warmth. Oh I do wish I could see this exhibition. I’m so happy for you, being able to visit this beautiful exhibition. And so happy that you have shared it for all to see. Thankyou so much for the behind the scenes link. Enjoy your second visit. Do you know it it will be travelling to Melbourne? Bye Mo and thankyou. ox

  4. margaret johnson says:

    Thanks Mo, oxox. Left you a message

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