Heavily influenced by the separation of family for critical life events, this body of work Over Sea Over There interprets the fabric of relationship through the metaphor of the sea. The textiles celebrate resilience, acknowledge fragility, and through careful use of patterning, seek to capture the correlation between our shape-shifting emotions and the changing moods of the sea - which can both divide and unite us.

Shime Seiki trompe l'oeil knitting
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