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HAND-CROCHETED ART! Ok, it’s actually meant for children to play in, but you better believe my shoes would be off, and I’d be in there in a heartbeat! This amazing installation was created by Japanese textile and fibre artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam. She is currently based in Halifax, Canada where she teaches “fiber, fabric, fashion” at NSCAD.

HAND-CROCHETED ART! Ok, it’s actually meant for children to play in, but you better believe my shoes would be off, and I’d be in there in a heartbeat! This amazing installation was created by Japanese textile and fibre artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam. She is currently based in Halifax, Canada where she teaches “fiber, fabric, fashion” at NSCAD.

"Machiko Agano, a Japanese master weaver artist, is widely known for her intricate textural structures.  Each structure is tailored to the specific space in which it is exhibited.  The majority of her works use fishing line or natural colored silk and steel wire to allow the space to become part of the exhibit itself.  It gives the installations a light feeling, almost as if they aren’t even there." text & image via textile arts center

Machiko Agano

"Machiko Agano, a Japanese master weaver artist, is widely known for her intricate textural structures. Each structure is tailored to the specific space in which it is exhibited. The majority of her works use fishing line or natural colored silk and steel wire to allow the space to become part of the exhibit itself. It gives the installations a light feeling, almost as if they aren’t even there." text & image via textile arts center

pop-up paradises - expansive cut textile installations by manuel ameztoy

pop-up paradises - expansive cut textile installations by manuel ameztoy

City of Stitches (details), Isabel Berglund

City of Stitches (details), Isabel Berglund

pop-up paradises - expansive cut textile installations by manuel ameztoy

pop-up paradises - expansive cut textile installations by manuel ameztoy

Another amazing interactive textile installation by Ernesto Neto: Madness is Part of Life

Another amazing interactive textile installation by Ernesto Neto: Madness is Part of Life

Broad view of 'Untitled' (2001) installation by Japanese fiber artist Machiko Agano. fishing line, stainless wire, kozo. via textile arts center

Machiko Agano

Broad view of 'Untitled' (2001) installation by Japanese fiber artist Machiko Agano. fishing line, stainless wire, kozo. via textile arts center

Toronto based textile artist Amanda McCavour engulfed in her installation piece

Toronto based textile artist Amanda McCavour engulfed in her installation piece

Pip Brant is an artist who uses found and familial textiles to communicate as an artist ..#sculpture  #installation art

Pip Brant is an artist who uses found and familial textiles to communicate as an artist ..#sculpture #installation art

~~Woven Walls is a hand woven installation by Dutch designer Wies Preijde.~~ Explorong some of the spaces created by the hanging pieces, she also utilizes patterns to create 3D optical illusions.'  Via Textile Arts Center blog.

~~Woven Walls is a hand woven installation by Dutch designer Wies Preijde.~~ Explorong some of the spaces created by the hanging pieces, she also utilizes patterns to create 3D optical illusions.' Via Textile Arts Center blog.

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