This exhibition focuses on structures and behaviours of the textile in order to explore inter-relationships between touch and sight as registers of perception. Textile is taken as a model for this, very often its structure and the process of its formation, most notably but not exclusively weaving.
The exhibition includes photography, moving images, digitally printed cloths and sculptural elements. This varied and variable practice allows for an extension of dualistic models where the focus is on interdependency and inter-relatedness.
Catherine Dormor is currently working towards submitting a practice-thesis PhD at Norwich University College of the Arts, Catherine has exhibited internationally and locally for several years and has work in private collections. Her current studio is based in Cambridge; she also teaches for Middlesex University and has published articles, papers and reviews.
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