World Shibori Network

Celebrating the visual languages of PEOPLE, COMMUNITY, CULTURE, and ENVIRONMENT through the global practice of resist-dye traditions and innovations

Hello from Sweden.

WSN President Yoshiko I. Wada is currently in Sweden on the invitation of iapsis (the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Program). Today, we share a photo round-up of her travel so far…

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Yoshiko Wada at Beckmans School of Design, Stockholm

In Stockholm, Yoshiko conducted a workshop and gave a lecture at  The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities and later visited the Museum of  Ethnography to look at their textile collections. At the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg, Yoshiko talked about resist-dyed textiles from across the world.

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Workshop in progress at the Far East Asian Museum, Stockholm

Yoshiko also met with  The Swedish Shibori Society (Svenska Shiborisällskapet) to understand their work and discuss common interests.

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The Swedish Shibori Society

Yesterday, she participated in a group discussion at the opening of Itajime Interpreted exhibition at the Fiberspace Gallery. The exhibition is curated by textile designer Asa Parson. Read about the discussion here.

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 At the Itajime Interpreted exhibition opening

 

 

Our thanks to all the wonderful folks in Sweden – artists, schools, workshop assistants, museum partners, volunteers, iapsis and the Swedish Shibori Society – who have made this exchange possible!

Photo Courtesy: The Swedish Shibori Society; Asa Parson

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