Do you fancy contributing to a wonderful textile project? The Heimat or Home Project was founded by Swiss artist Kathrin Stalder several years ago. It’s an ongoing project and anyone can take part. Kathrin is inviting YOU to get involved and be a part of the art!
“The artwork is a beautiful fabric house which is a constant work-in-progress. It has 100’s of hand sewn artworks from around the world. Each piece acts like a shingle, all expressing their idea of ‘Home’ or where one might feel at home. To get involved, you may hand or machine sew with red thread onto white fabric (16x20cm or 20x20cm) a picture or words (in your mother tongue) which express your feelings of home or ‘safe place’. Remember to include your name and country as Kathrin hand sews everyone’s name who has taken part in the artwork which is exhibited with the piece.”
Please contact Kathrin directly regarding the postal address – she may advise posting your piece to Switzerland or to its current touring location so it could be added to the House.
“DIRECTIONS is a small exhibition of detailed work on the subject of maps, plans and directions.” – Sarah Osbourne, curator.
It’s entirely hand stitched and measures 74cm x 74cm. From initial design to final stitch it took 19 days to complete. Created on a vintage linen bed sheet and couched in my favourite red embroidery thread.
My artwork has appeared in previous exhibitions curated by Sarah, the founder of the Spring Up Gallery.
I’m pleased to announce that “The Sound of the Kenwood Chef ” has been selected for the Leeds Kirkgate Market AR Exhibition (Augmented Reality). The artworks will be available to view Friday May 14th – Saturday May 15th 2021.
Event information can be found on Eventbrite available via this link.
In order to view the exhibition, please download the Overly App onto your mobile phone. Once at the exhibition space, aim your camera at the posters (you can see an example of one below) and press ‘Scan’.
“The exhibition AR art attraction contains eight different artists. People are intimidated by art at times, but many love technology. By combining the two, a fun interactive experience is created to showcase some beautiful pieces of art. How it works? The Overly App is an augmented reality (AR) app that creates an interactive experience of a real-world environment, allowing you to see things through your phone that you cannot see in real life. You go to your phone and open the Overly app. Look at the poster with your camera. Press scan on the overly app. The art work will then reveal itself.” Rhiannon Shaw, event curator, Redesigns.
The last year has been a challenging time for sharing and viewing art, hence I’m so happy that this is the second open air exhibition that my art has taken part in.