Tagged: quilt

erin morrison

Bj10D5HFIkb1YCquDYtlVLthWaLdV43lYDZUD9lqgQY

JEnYhDC6q37G_0Oov0Lt6hwLc6OKGU0BTpbICRmzXnY

jiQ8dWVj548Yzv6HtiPL1WsMO8v_Y7viJ4WWGqQzeok

7-xQmUGg3Fv8Ee163PlSa6-FIg0erMPfvZ5zk3w-PT8

yhJQJTPYfkzoJtlvd3NQzRQ8zMZOt3CugFuVOI37wJg,dPImPb83KoKNS6mQkVYozhphFv6YZ7sDmNS39v1brjM

 

Advertisements

ross iannatti

Ross Iannatti’s recent body of work Hysterisis uses discarded materials collected from automobile impound lots, specifically the industrial nylon found in the interior of car steering wheels and passenger seats that is often covered in oil, dirt and other imprints from the material’s previous life. Iannatti dissects sections of the nylon, cutting squares and rectangles to create geometric patterns that he then sews together. Informed by the grid, a concept in art making that has evolved over the past century through the work of artists like Kasmir Malevich, Agnes Martin and Sean Scully, the squared patterns of softly colored blues, yellows, pinks and grays are formally compelling.

RI

RI_Hysteresis22

RI_Hysteresis23

RI_Hysteresis27