After floor talkRegular price $0.00
Saturday 26 September at 1 pm.
Join us for a floor talk with Valerie Kirk, artist and tapestry weaver, where she will discuss Craft ACT's current exhibition, After.
After by emerging Adelaide-based artist Kasia Tons is a solo exhibition of textiles and photography. Kasia uses textiles to create soft sculptures, 2D works, and wearables that explore personal narratives with universal themes such as home, identity, constructive chaos, and interpersonal relationships. She has been inspired by the little known E.M Forster novella The Machine Stops (1909) which describes a futuristic society where a machine which sustains daily life suddenly stops.
Kasia Tons will also make a special appearance via Zoom during this presentation.
After is on display until 17 October.
Craft ACT is taking precautionary approaches to managing the spread of COVID-19, which is in line with the latest national and local health advice. To attend this event bookings are essential