Maschas iPhone made a video from the fotos we took while installing the exhibition at the premises of Ortho Cham, Zug. As the opening has to be postponed until further notice, we upload the video.
left to right: Ana Lisa Hedstrom, San Francisco; Jorie Johnson, Kyoto; Mascha Mioni, Disla; Yoshiko I. Wada, Berkeley; Mary Jaeger, New York; Foto: RTR
Nina Defuns writes:
Art da surmar a Trun / Art from overseas in Trun
Ellas èn vegnidas da San Francisco, New York u Berkeley – ed èn fascinadas da Trun. Tschintg artistas e bunas amias exponan il mument lur art textil en il Museum Sursilvan Cuort Ligia Grischa.
Il vitg da Trun è enconuschent per l'anteriura Fabrica da ponn – uss stat il vitg en il center da l'art textil. Tschintg damas d'art han numnadamain preparà in'exposiziun nunusitada en il Museum Sursilvan.
Da las metropolas en Surselva
They came from San Francisco, New York and Berkeley - and are fascinated by Trun. Five artists and good friends are showing their Textile art at the Museum Sursilvan / Cuort Ligia Grischa.
The village of Trun is known by its former cloth factory - now the village stands in the center of textile art. Five artists have installed an exceptional exhibition at its Museum Sursilvan.
From the metropolises to the Surselva
More (inclusive clip) : RTR - SIL PUNCT 9.8.2018 18:12
The 11th International Shibori Symposium in Japan selected Mascha Mioni's wall-installation "Panta Rhei - Always Flowing" for the exhibition "International Contemporary Art of Shibori" at the Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo.
The felting-expert and textile artist Jorie Johnson photographed her colleague Ana Lisa Hedstrom in front of Mascha's creation.
The exhibition lasts from July 1st to August 19, 2018.
2nd picture: A detail was used for the poster of the exhibition
3rd picture: The original of the detail: One of the 18 objects of Panta Rhei - Always Flowig, 2017/18
18 handmade paper-objects are arranged on the wall, each suspended on strips of used sari-silk from the head of an antique hat-pin.
Color flows and diffuses on handmade paper-objects – this creates a random pattern, guided but not deliberately controlled by the artist. Expanded Shibori.