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Crossing Threads

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Crossing ThreadsⓇ by sisters Lauren and Kass Hernandez.


Known for their large-scale and highly textural handwoven pieces, the Hernandez sisters seek to emulate the natural forms found in nature. Their carefully curated fibre selections include Australian Merino wool, plant-based fibres, up-cycled/dead-stock fabrics and other foraged items that aren’t traditionally used in fibre art. Their practice has led them to develop their recognisable ‘interknot’ technique, made up of intertwining hand-knotted chains of varying texture and thickness which graduate to a relief. The artists continually draw spiritual inspiration from their surrounding landscapes and personal experiences and is materialised through their abstract designs.
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Eddie Aparicio

Artist you should know: Eddie Aparicio!!

@eddierodolfoaparicio creates mind blowing pieces that visually depict a conversation on how : “Environmental justice is inextricably linked to social justice and allowing material to be a collaborator in the works acknowledges it as a part of its own narrative.”


Check out his work HERE <3

Pieces shown are as follows:
1. ” My Veins Do Not End In Me” Installation shot
The Mistake Room
Los Angeles, CA
2018
2. Holbein En Crenshaw (Washington Blvd. and Crenshaw Blvd., LA, CA)
Rubber, Sulfur, Tree and Paint residue, and Wood glue on Cotton
138” x 150” x 5”
2018
3. “My Veins Do Not End In Me” Installation shot
The Mistake Room
Los Angeles, CA
2018
4. Aquellos Que Apuntan Con El Dedo Medio / Those Who Point With Their Middle Finger (11th St. and Union St., Los Angeles, California)
Rubber, Sulfur, Tree Residue, and Paint Residue on Cotton
102 x 108” x 6”
2017
5. Cumbia El Viernes (11th St. and Union St., Los Angeles, California)
Rubber, Sulfur, Tree Residue, Paint Residue, Cardboard, and Cactus Leaves on Cotton
96” x 123”
2017