from the you that is me
apology attempts to transform a bunch of love poems into a sorry that was never said.
Lovingly handfolded from an award-winning poetry collection, the work explores conduct, artist rights, interconnectedness and empathetic exchange.
A reflection on relationships, a gesture composed from words that deserved to receive it.
poetry collection, unlicensed, artist’s own
dobcross loom bobbin
Threads of Industry
h.ART group exhibition
Old Onkaparinga Woollen Mill, Lobethal
SALA Festival 2016
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