Anda Klancic was introduced on Body Pixel by my fellow blogger Ivana in her review and the gallery from Balkan Fiber Art event almost three years ago. Anda’s appealing textile sculptures have a special place here and we will definitely continue to cover activities by one of the most recognized European contemporary textile artist and the winner of prestigious competitions around the globe.
For the very end of this gallery, we bring you at the bottom of this blog post complete catalog from the exhibition The Power of Thread readable via Issuu web service. Enjoy!
If not credited all photos by Anda Klancic and Francesco Montenero.
Aura by Anda Klancic (c)
Production: Arcadia Lightwear
Eta Sadar Breznik‘s space oriented woven sculptures present all possible views on thread from an architect. Monumental and almost like a skyscraper structured, but subtle tapestry, opens another visual perspective on fibers and textiles.
Eta Sadar Breznik also express herself in wearable objects, using strong weaving density for her objects combined with transformable functions of every particular garment. All photos by Anda Klancic, Blaz Zupancic (c)
Flying Carpets by Eta Sadar Breznik (c)
Exhibition The Power of Thread (2010) features five Slovene contemporary textile artists: Ksenija Baraga, BelaBela – Jana Mrsnik & Vesna Stih, Eta Sadar Breznik and Anda Klancic.
The project has been curated by Ksenija Baraga and currently could be seen at the Ecomusee Textile de Haute-Alsace in France.We are happy to announce that all artists gave as permission to present their works from this exhibition on Body Pixel. Enjoy the power of sculptural textile arts!
Hanging on the String by Ksenija Baraga, 2008, (c)
Visual artist Katie Lewis is doing rather impressive body and sentiments mapping with pins, thread and a pencil… the results are quite impressive…
Katie Lewis: 201 Days, pins, pencil, thread (c)