Re-View Textile’s exhibition ‘Interwoven’ opens Sat 14th July as part of the Independents Biennial 2018.
‘Interwoven’ acknowledges that the lives of everyone across our planet are linked. Within our global environment, careless action on one continent affects the lives of others on another or indeed future generations on the same.
Seven artists from Re-view Textile have developed a dynamic range of work within the Biennial theme ‘Beautiful world where are you?’ in a variety of mediums – from felt to stitch, mixed media, weaving, crochet and video. Their work explores issues including the plastic pollution in our seas, global warming, and emotional attachment to place. A particular highlight will be a collaborative piece ‘ Overwhelmed – Ocean Gyre’ incorporating beach and other plastic in a large scale whirling fabric creation.
Artists are Jen Fenner, Rosey Paul, Viv Netherwood, Judith Railton, Marion Roberts, Ildiko Szabo, and Julie James-Turner
Venue – The Shed, Baltic Creative, 49 Jamaica St, Liverpool L1 0AH
Times – weekends only – 10am – 5.00pm. 14th/15th July; 21/22nd July; 28/29th July and 4/5th August.
Meet the Artists – Sunday 15th July 2 – 5pm
Cafe adjacent. Two hour free on street parking