Tag: art

Chinese-American Identity Explored through Embroidery: Jessica So Ren Tang

Chinese-American Identity Explored through Embroidery: Jessica So Ren Tang

  I’ve recently discovered the incredible work of Chinese-American artist Jessica So Ren Tang. She currently has two bodies of work which both explore the multi-dualism in Asian-American identity. Her first series is sculpture based, and involves embroidered replicas of Chinese-American objects such as take […]

Fleshy fiber sculptures by Lorenzo Nanni

Fleshy fiber sculptures by Lorenzo Nanni

Just look at these fiber sculptures by Lorenzo Nanni! I am repulsed yet captivated. The skill and innovation in these works is truly impressive. There are a lot of fiber artists out there who’s works create a juxtaposition between the traditional and acceptable ‘feminine’ medium […]

Talking Nakedness, Selfies and Poo Stories with Artist Allison Honeycutt

Talking Nakedness, Selfies and Poo Stories with Artist Allison Honeycutt

This week I’ve been chatting to artist Allison Honeycutt about her Flesh Suits – a series of adorned undergarments exploring themes of modesty, obscenity, exhibitionism and the appropriateness of nakedness.  When I posted her work on Instagram I had a huge response, with @quiet_kaye commenting […]