Slowly, Solely, Solo (for Nanki)

Second in a triptych of three sculptures that look at the symbolic representation of a needle, and pays homage to three important women. Using old, worn garments from my motherís old wardrobe, this sculpture pay an homage to the lady and her silent relationship with textiles and needle work as a part of living.

Soft sculpture with pliable steel armature, waste cotton, satin fabric, worn velvet blouse stuffed, darned and mounted with gauze fabric.
dimensions: variable
Year: 2006