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Queer Threads

Friday March 14, 2014
POSTED BY: Alexandra Bruno, Marketing Department

This week our design studio visited the Queer Threads exhibition at the Leslie + Lohman Museum.

Leading images shows The Queer Houses of Brooklyn in the Three Towns of Breukelen, Boswyck, and Midwout during the 41st year of the Stonewall Era (poly-fill, acrylic, rayon, Lurex, wool, polyester, cotton, lame, sequins and blended fabrics) by L.J. Roberts.

Your Granny's Not Square (shoelaces, yarn, hanging hardware), Sheila Pepe

Pensile Arrangement 2 (paracord, metal cock rings/strap-on supporting O rings), Jesse Harrod

Accumulated Pride (cotton and other yarns loomed during Knitting Nation performance installations), by our friend Liz Collins

Selfie w/ Pink Eye (yarn on wood), Chris Bogia

 

TAGS:  Queer Threads, art, textiles, Liz Collins, John Chaich, Leslie & Lohman museum,

 

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