Monday, 16 May 2022

Jade Pegler


Textile compositions and sculptures by Jade Pegler using recycled fabrics and techniques of sashiko.

Tuesday, 3 May 2022



Incredible shapes and textures from layered stitched rice straw, by Arko.

Monday, 2 May 2022

Carole Fromenty

 Carole Fromenty creates embroidery using horse hair, making scribbly, hairy evocative portraits. 

Saturday, 30 April 2022

Tuesday, 26 April 2022

Sunday, 30 January 2022



'Masks and costumes are seminal expressions in many folkloric traditions and can signify important cultural moments: heroic acts, define religious celebrations, channel spirits, or provide entertainment. Masks in particular are a metaphor for the facades we construct to conceal the ‘true self’ from our neighbors. For Mulyana the impulse behind the Adikara and Nayanika costumed figure installations, are intended to represent the opposite—for him, these avatars more accurately embody his personality than the Mogus characters are able to achieve. These figurative tableaus speak to the universal struggle of becoming comfortable in one's own skin and resonate profoundly as we grapple with this unprecedented era of isolation and uncertainty.' Mulyana

Mulyana makes multi coloured costumes inspired by organic forms from crochet and knitting. These costumes are from his exhibition, 'Fragile Ecologies', features two life-size, hand-knit and crocheted costumes and a series of sumptuously knit coral islands.


Friday, 28 January 2022

Melissa Meier II


Serpent headdress constructed from sunflower seeds made by the phenomenal  Melissa Meier worn by musician Caskey