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Elastic Arts is pleased to announce Containers, an exhibition and residency by The Weaving Mill, showing June 1st – August 25th.
The Weaving Mill’s exhibition will consist of drawings, paintings, fabric, and text exploring subjects like permutation, animation, and sequence, gradation versus constants, and the visibility of process.
Over the course of the exhibition, The Weaving Mill will host a series of events centered around the exhibition’s central questions: Where do you start? Where do you stop? When does scale begin to matter? What are your tools and what are the terms? Who’s looking for what? Events include short film screenings, open studios, and artist talks.
The Weaving Mill is the collaborative studio of Matti Sloman and Emily Winter. Matti Sloman (b. 1985) received her MFA in Textiles and a BFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design. Emily Winter (b. 1987) received her MFA in Textiles from Rhode Island School of Design and a BA in History from University of Chicago. Working with people of diverse textile experience, The Weaving Mill aims to fill the space between the hand and industrially made and bring the mechanics of textile production into wider view.
Artist: The Weaving Mill
Exhibition title: Containers
Exhibition Dates: on view at all events beginning June 1st through August 25th and by appointment
Reception & Performance:
FRIDAY, JUNE 9TH
7 PM Exhibition/Residency Reception for the Weaving Mill’s “Containers”
9 PM Elastro Electro/Acoustic Series: MT Coast, Martin Freeman, Patrick Cain
Artist in Residence Events:
TUESDAY, JUNE 20TH | 9 PM
The Weaving Mill presents Short Films on Systems
TUESDAY, JULY 18TH | 7 PM
Open Studio Annex with The Weaving Mill
TUESDAY, JULY 25TH | 9 PM
The Weaving Mill presents Floorplan by Julia Dratel, Andrew Clinkman, Peter Damm
TUESDAY, AUGUST 8TH | 9 PM
The Weaving Mill presents a film screening by MT Coast
TUESDAY, AUGUST 22ND | 8 PM
Artist Talk with The Weaving Mill
Artist Website: http://www.theweavingmill.com/
Elastic’s visual arts program is curated by Jordan Martins.