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$165.00 — Sold out

Lunch Box Weaving II

A weaving series that responds to Aotearoa New Zealand's rates of 1 in 5 being child being effected by poverty. This statistic has been incorporated into the pattern and design of these lunch box sized weavings.

This weaving series was included in 'Ā Mua: New Lineages of Making' explores the nature of craft in Aotearoa and looks to the future as we navigate the 21st century at The Dowse Art Museum.

"A self-taught loom weaver and artist who has in recent years developed a practice that utilises her products from the loom as a way of responding to the challenges facing our contemporary society in Aotearoa including child poverty, environment concerns and sustainability." Karl Chitham Director - The Dowse Art Muesum

• Proceeds from this sale will go to Fair Food NZ and will help them re-distribute 90 meals to people in need.
• Dimensions: 310 wide x 255mm long (including tassels)
• Weft yarn: Soy silk, handspun linen, deadstock cotton denim yarn
• Warp yarn: Deadstock cotton denim yarn
• Pattern: Canvas weave
• Hand-finished with twining
• Handwoven by artist Kathryn Tsui in the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand

Image of Lunch Box Weaving II
Image of Lunch Box Weaving II
Image of Lunch Box Weaving II
Image of Lunch Box Weaving II