SUNDAY, 6th September’20
Cláudia Melo, Lada de Dios
Site, Place, Memory and the Biennial
Janis Jefferies, United Kingdom
The Territory as Personal and Collective Place of Memory in Teresa Lanceta’s work
Lala de Dios, Spain
What we are, you will be. What you are, we once were: recent works
April Dauscha, USA
Ubunthu and the Ethics of Care
Celia de Villiers, South Africa / Belgium
History and process “Record of a trip: Awasqa Inti”
Daniela Contreras Flores, Chile.
Woven Matter of Belonging. Textile Mark and Artist’s Identity
Dominika Krogulska-Czekalska, Poland
Giorgia Volpe, Canada
Sites of Making: Engaging with Local Contexts, Communities and Memories through Craft Exhibitions
Inês Jorge, Portugal
From existence – Universal and Intimate
Magda Soboń, Poland
Body Membrane, Vessel and Vehicle.
Stephen Schofield, Canada
Contemporary Textile Art potential in public and private space through autobiographical processes
Itandehuy Castañeda, Mexico / Brazil
A stick in Time
James Fox, United Kingdom
The Places I Touched
Greta Kardišiūtė, Lithuania
Soft Violence in Mimicry: Textile Histories of the Past and the Future
Nika Timashkova & Hanna Kindler, Switzerland / Germany.
Inside and outside landscapes of the clothes we wear: what is deposited, left behind, retrieved?
Shelly Goldsmith, United Kingdom
MONDAY, 7th September ’20
A project by the city of Guimarães
The Creativity Quarter.
Looking at Contemporary Art Through Textile Lenses.
Mizuki Takahashi, Hong Kong / Japan.
Content material and container space
Dorina Horătău, Romania
Subjectivity As Power Source of the Handmade
Renata Meirelles, Brazil