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Katrina Coombs, Oshuns Glory, 2020
Katrina Coombs
Oshun’s Glory (detail)
2020
Finger-knitted mixed fibers
Dimensions variable

Courtesy of the artist
Photo: Katrina Coombs

Katrina Coombs

I M(O)ther

Threads of the Maternal Figure

May 22 – October 2, 2022

Katrina Coombs (b. 1986, Jamaica) has a passion for fiber and an understanding of the sensitivity of threads and fabric, which she uses to bring forth unique designs and sculptural forms. Coombs’ works are inspired and guided by a quest to deepen the spiritual, emotional, and psychological understanding of the numerous conflicting roles that have been attributed to women in contemporary society.
Steven and William Ladd, "Shaboygen," 2012, Board, plywood, metal, fiber, beads, paper, tulle, Angora bunny hair, and pins, 26 3/4 x 26 3/4 x 102 1/4 in., Courtesy of the artists
Steven and William Ladd
Shaboygen
2012
Board, plywood, metal, fiber, beads, paper, tulle, Angora bunny hair, and pins
26 3/4 x 26 3/4 x 102 1/4 in.

Courtesy of the artists

Steven and William Ladd

September 4 – February 5, 2023

Steven and William Ladd create collaboratively, pulling from childhood stories and experiences to transform materials, such as textiles and beads, into microcosms of memory. The exhibition will include past works and new works being exhibited for the first time, including a work created with members of the Sarasota community during Scrollathon.
peter campus, "barrier," videograph, 6:26 minutes, looped, edition of 3 plus 1 artist's proof, installation view of "when the hurly burly's done" at Parrish Art Museum (Water Mill, NY), Courtesy of the artist
peter campus
barrier
videograph, 6:26 minutes, looped, edition of 3 plus 1 artist's proof, installation view of when the hurly burly's doneat Parrish Art Museum (Water Mill, NY)

Courtesy of the artist

"In the Cold Edge" (video still), 2010. Single channel HD video with sound. Courtesy of the artist and Cristin Tierney, NYC
Janet Biggs
In the Cold Edge(video still)
2010
Single channel HD video with sound.

Courtesy of the artist and Cristin Tierney, NYC

Journeys to Places Known and Unknown: Moving Images by Janet Biggs and peter campus

October 2 – January 15, 2023
Journeys to Places Known and Unknown looks at the contrasting ways two artists of different generations—Janet Biggs and peter campus—use moving images to explore intersections of science, philosophy, and spirituality.
Kirsten Hassenfeld, Millefleur (detail), 2019, salvaged textiles with mixed media, 78 inches diameter
Kirsten Hassenfeld
Millefleur (detail)
2019
Salvaged textiles with mixed media
78 inches diameter

A Beautiful Mess:
Weavers & Knotters of the Vanguard

February 25 – June 25, 2023

From micro artworks the size of your hand to mammoth room-sized installations, the national roster of women artists in A Beautiful Mess push the boundaries of their textile-based medium. Using rope, yarn, clay and wire, this group of conceptual artists knot and twist their media into sculptures that range from minimal and hyper-organized to utter pandemonium.