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Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave

Visual artist Anne Wilson has been at the forefront of artwork connecting conceptualism and handiwork, activism and aesthetics,
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Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave
Apr 4, 2011 Anne Wilson
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Anne Wilson Rewinds, 2010 Glass 6 x 90 x 136 inches overall Wilson was first introduced to the glass medium as an Artist in Residence at the Pilchuck Glass School. In watching the movement of the gaffers, she realized the relatedness of textile processes to glass -- glass is flexible and can be fibrous when molten to bend, spin, wind, and wrap. By translating fiber bobbin-winding and rewinding into glass, Wilson was able to exploit aesthetic analogies between these two materials and modes of...
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Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave
Apr 4, 2011 Anne Wilson
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"Creative Entanglement: A Documentary of Anne Wilson's Local Industry" Video produced by Ren Cummings Anne Wilson Local Industry, February - April 2010 Collaborative performance/textile production Knoxville Museum of Art, Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee, is located in the historical heartland of both hand weaving traditions and industrial textile manufacturing in the southeastern United States. Conceived specifically for the Knoxville Museum of Art, Local Industry invited all museum...
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Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave
Apr 4, 2011 Anne Wilson and Jeroen Nelemans
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Anne Wilson, Wind-Up: Walking the Warp, 2008 A video documentation by Jeroen Nelemans (7:09 min) A collaborative performance at Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, January 2008. Participants included Sara Rabinowitz, Carla Duarte, Annie Egleson, Surabhi Ghosh, Jongock Kim, Rosemary Lee, Christy Matson, Rachel Moore, Jeroen Nelemans, Rana Siegel, and Anne Wilson. Copyright 2008 Jeroen Nelemans
Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave
Apr 22, 2010 Glenn Adamson
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Glenn Adamson "The End of the Line: Art at the Margins of Industry" Sarah Jane Hardrath Kramer Lecture Knoxville Museum of Art April 6, 2010 Glenn Adamson is Deputy Head of Research and Head of Graduate Studies at the Victoria and Albert Museum, where he leads a graduate program in the History of Design. His research interests include modern craft and design; furniture and ceramics in England and America in the 17th and 18th centuries; and decorative arts theory. Dr. Adamson is...
Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave
Mar 17, 2010 Christy Matson
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Christy Matson Millsounds, 2009 One minute of audio recorded in an industrial mill, time-stretched to one hour. This project was made possible by a 2009 Artist Residency at The Oriole Mill, Hendersonville, NC. Additional thanks to Stephan Michaelson and Michael Vallera. Included in the exhibition Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave at the Knoxville Museum of Art. Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave is an exhibition organized by the Knoxville Museum of Art, installed by Wilson to investigate the crisis of...
Anne Wilson: Wind/Rewind/Weave
Jan 23, 2010 Anne Wilson
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Anne Wilson talks about the exhibition Wind/Rewind/Weave at the Knoxville Museum of Art Visual artist Anne Wilson has been at the forefront of artwork connecting conceptualism and handiwork, activism and aesthetics, investigating new possibilities for what has been called "relational aesthetics." Wilson's practice extends the relational in terms of labor, collaboration, and identity construction, blending pedagogy with aesthetic production. Her work has been exhibited extensively...