Convolution: a woven sculptural installation features work from contemporary fibre artists Casselle Mountford and Anaheke Metua. The exhibition explores traditional methods of weaving natural fibre and other materials to create Individual site specific Installations. The exhibition is displayed in conjunction with the 2014 Lines in the Sand: Art in the Environment festival which takes place on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) in June each year. Both artists are past artists in residence from the festival, Casselle Mountford in 2009 and Anaheke Metua in 2011.
This Project is supported by Arts Queensland and the Regional Arts Development Fund. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a Queensland Government and Redland City Council partnership to support Local Arts and Culture.
SUNDAY 6 JULY –
SUNDAY 17 AUGUST 2014
6pm Friday 4 July 2015
Community weaving workshop with Cassell Mountford and Anaheke Metua:
12 noon Sunday 6 July 2014
Image: Anaheke Metua, Weaving Circles (detail) 2009, Palm Inflorescence, wool, spinifex, pandanus, cotton and coconut fibre. Courtesy of the artist