Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal… , textile art , textile conervation , light damage , behind the scenes
This huge quilt and its neighbors in CAM’s new exhibition "Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal" are lit up brighter than you might be accustomed to seeing museum textiles.
textile conservation , behind , fiber art , textile art
What is a “textile” anyway? Take Color for a Spin is a fiber sculpture made of crocheted forms stiffened with a coating and strung together with wire.
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