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Book of Threads (Installation View)

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Kerryn Madsen-Pietsch

Innisfail, Australia

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Small 12.0" x 7.9"
Medium 18.0" x 11.9"
Large 24.0" x 15.9"
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Artist's Description

Book of Threads – Installation view, Main Space, Umbrella Studio Gallery, Townsville, Far North Queensland, AU.
Artwork Medium ~ Mixed-media: Paper, acrylic, ink, pigment, collage, linen & raffia threads. Support ~ Handmade Indian rag paper / artist book format.
Height 250 mm x width 340 mm open (165 mm closed) x depth 45 mm

From this first Artist Book (a process/exploration Journal) developed many ideas for further art works, and these eventuated into the culmination of my 2007 solo and then toured exhibition.

Exhibited: Solo – Elevating the Spirit
and also in previous Group Exhibitions – Sense of Attachment, Growth, Art Teacher’s Exhibition.

RB Features

  • Works on Paper 29.04.11
  • Pentax Ladies Group 15.04.2012
  • Book Group 17 Oct.2012
  • Challenge Cafe 30.08.2013


Photographic equipment used

  • Camera: Pentax K10D Lens: smc Pentax-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL

Artist Statement for Book of Threads

  • The Growth of the stitch and colour palette in my art practice stems from the detaching and extrapolating the stitch from its function (employed in my banana fibre basketry products) into an exploration of the metaphysical realm of ‘threads’.

    Practically, stitches bind, attach and connect materials and/or surfaces together; for me it is a metaphor for human bonding. Using a needle and thread by hand to stitch involves a slow meditative passing of time and is a methodical and sometimes painful process, of pushing and pulling through materials. This process in the end reveals the two-sided nature and the in-between of the affair.

    In Threads the stitch, archetype symbols (such as the ‘X’) and symbolic colour (eg. blue and gold) become the common threads for linking and connecting to the human psyche. Via the thread and colour, my work discusses
    a) the spirit and alchemy of ‘relationships’,
    b) dualities of life – the connection of the conscious to subconscious realms, spirit to matter, transience to permanence, complexity to simplicity, ambiguity to certainty, and
    c) interwoven energies.

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