Weaving is a process for contemporary makers to explore narratives of identity, labor, history and the body. This course explores weaving’s connection to narrative, addressing how meaning can be made through conceptual and process-based approaches. Students will learn weaving techniques and execute a number of finished works. Students will focus on narrative in relationship to weaving through imagery, found objects, woven structure, performance, display, warp, and weft relationships, color, and dig into the process of weaving itself as narrative work.
Taught by: Karolina Gnatowski