Melanie Brewster

Pandemic Weavings, Rivers and Caves,

and Spaces Between

In Pandemic Weavings, reclaimed fabric and felt were woven directly on to downed branches; these pieces were then returned to forests and natural spaces. The psychedelic, unnatural outburst of color on the branches spoke to hypnagogia--the liminal space between waking and dreaming where we have been held for the last two years. Such a theme also runs through Spaces Between, a diptych of weavings that depict an uninhabited, vividly layered, glitchy landscape. 

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