Touring exhibition, installed at Forty Hall, Enfield, North London EN2 9HA
25 August – 20 November 2016
Someone else’s dream, 2014-16, series of reworked hand knitted jumpers, mixed fibres
I’m so bloody sad, 2015, machine knitted wool, foam, sand, knitting needles, 980 × 400 × 2100 mm
What Do I Need to Do to Make it OK? is an investigation into damage and repair, disease and medicine, and the healing and restoration of landscapes, bodies, minds and objects through stitch and other media. Exhibiting alongside: Dorothy Caldwell, Saidhbhín Gibson, Celia Pym and Karina Thompson.
Make it OK? is a touring exhibition, curated by Liz Cooper, supported by Arts Council England and the International Textile Research Centre of the University for the Creative Arts.
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Photography: Douglas Atfield