Residue textile exhibition at Art Space on the Concourse - Chatswood, Sairi Yoshizawa detail of fall, 2019, photo by artist

Residue: Textiles exhibition by Sairi Yoshizawa

Sairi Yoshizawa’s exhibition Residue reflects the imprints of colour and forms in the nature of everyday substances. The notion of trace acts as a process; searching for and recording nuances of our environment. The exhibition explores a sense of belonging; the residues of the history to contemporary culture through the reconstructing materials, weaving, stitching, and natural dyes. This exhibition is part of the Willoughby Visual Arts Biennial, presented by Willoughby City Council. Willoughby City Council is gratefully acknowledged for the provision of Art Space on The Concourse.

Details: Exhibition: Tuesday 8 October – Sunday 20 October; Opening Wednesday 9 October, 6pm – 9pm; Gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 11am 5pm

WorkshopsSlow Stitched Sashiko is introductory boro workshop making small business holder or coaster using different stitch techniques.
Monday 14 October, 10am – 12pm: for Adults $20

Paper weaving workshop will introduce you to basic structures of weaving using different types of paper into a flower.
Tuesday 15 October, 10am – 12pm: for 13yrs+ $20

Booking essential: please contact Sairi on 0402231101 or s-ky@sairi-zawa.com

Images: Sairi Yoshizawa, detail of following gaze, 2019. Photo: Sairi Yoshizawa; Sairi Yoshizawa, detail of fall, 2019. Photo: Sairi Yoshizawa