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Gina Kampala (@gina_kampala)
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Danielle Congo (@danielle_congo)
Tracy Rio de Janeiro (@tracy_rio_de_janeiro)
Michele Somalia (@michele_somalia)
Angela Suriname (@angela_suriname)
Shawna Dubai (@shawna_dubai)
Jacqueline Vienna (@jacqueline_vienna)
Angela Chennai (@angela_chennai)
Choi Wong (@choiwong)
Artist (Collect - Disassemble - Create)
In my art, I study people and their mutual connections. These relationships are a recurring theme. My work is an ongoing study, and each single work is a link, a next step in my process. Each work teaches me something about my relationship towards others, about mutual connections and bonds.
Loneliness, power, control, dependency and trust are recurring themes.
Luksie Wipriyance (@whoisluksi)
ORE + WOOL (@oreandwool)
Modern fiber art made from natural materials, ethically sourced 🐑🌾
Wild Standard (@wildstandard)
We make flags with our bare hands.
Janna Maria Vallee (@jannamaria)
I'm a textile-based artist making primarily woven wall hangings in natural and naturally dyed fibres. My retail business is Everlea Yarn and includes consciously sourced yarn dyed with plants, knitting kits and tapestry weaving supplies.
Julia Kwon (@juliakwon)
Julia Kwon sews interpretative bojagi—Korean object-wrapping cloths historically created since the early Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910)—and wraps hallow human-scale figures with them to comment on the objectification of Asiatic female bodies. Further, she embeds patterns from contemporary sociopolitical events to challenge the notion of authenticity and examine the complexities of constructing identity within the context of globalism, cultural hybridity, and intersectionality. Please visit wwwjuliakwon.com for more information.
Sara Auman Smith (@saumansmith)
Utah girl, born & raised. Started out crocheting, got addicted to spinning, taught myself to knit, then decided to dye both fiber & yarn.
My yarn stash is pretty much larger than it should be.