I am so lucky to be able to attend this event in Hong Kong. Some pre-conference talks and exhibitions have already started.
In the last couple of weeks, Edith Cheung from Cloth Haven gave a talk on the use of wool in Traditional clothing, and Yoshiko Wada gave one on 'Slow Fibres'.
Below are some of the images from the exhibition:
Animal Fibres: Art Informs Shibori.
All the images are taken by me and if you use any text or images, please link back to here. Thank you.
|Amanda Ross: Rise Up (Handwoven, Hand-dyed, Felted Shibori)|
|Hiroshi Murase: The Large Surcle Shibori (Yataramiura Shibori, Somewake Boushi shibori, Fulling)|
|Charlotte Buch: Untitled 1 (Feltmaking)|
|Jeung-Hwa Park: Panel 2 (Machine Knit, Tie, Felt, dye)|
|Jeung-Hwa Park: Panel 1 (Machine Knit, Tie, Felt, Dye)|
|Mie Iwatsubo: the Wave (Knitting, Shibori Stitching, Felting)|
|Tomoko Iwaizumi: Fire of Passion (Felting, Shibori)|
|Jorie Johnson: Zebra Crossings (Hand feltmaking, Itajime clamp resist acid-dyed, Japanese lacquer application)|
|Sarah Martin: Mound #1 (Felting, Tegumo Shibori, Dyeing, Discharge)|
|Takumi Ushio: Shelter (Felt)|