Two trees and a bench in the main square of the historic centre of Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico were covered in knitted and crocheted pieces.
Sommarkväll i Lutherska Bönhuset
(A summer’s eve at the chapel), Bollstabruk, Sweden. 18th century furniture by Lars Sjöberg, lecture and furniture. 18th century furniture by Emma Snickare. Patchwork quilts, post-use textile by Ann-Christine Borja. Music by Karin Skoglund and Anders Bohlin.
Photos from the event and exposition are available on flickr.com
Lapptäcken och annat, Quilts and other patchwork, Municipal Library, Bollstabruk, Sweden. Solo exhibition.
Art for Humanity, collective art project in progress. Where are they? For the 43 teacher students of Ayotzinapa. Crochet and embroidery. Together, we are setting a mark for diversity, solidarity and humanity.
The project was a collaboration by 200 persons in 27 countries.
Återbruk, a group exposition on recycled textile crafts by local artisans at Murberget, Västernorrland County Museum, the Textile Archives in Sollefteå, Sweden.
Oh shit, I made a mistake, patchwork and quilted shoulder bag with appliquéd HIV virus and embroidered title.
In a war someone has to die, a collaborative on-going art project by Hanne Bang, Denmark, where people form all over the world, are invited to embroider the text: “In a war someone has to die”, in there own language, on a handkerchief.
For more information see, www.inawar.hannebang.com