coded:decoded – an exhibition by Prism – Part 2

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coded:decoded – an exhibition by Prism – Part 2

More from this exhibition of textile inspired art – and what a talented group they are with members from across the globe.

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Coded:Decoded: Unravelling the message
this title was selected by the Prism members to reflect the many ways in which textile practice secretes coded and hidden meanings and concepts.

This group of textile artists likes to challenge the more traditional perception of needlework, textiles and art.

In this section we get to meet:

Helen O’Leary – who was inspired by the way that the meaning of words has changed over time and also created a barcode to take us through to buy some roses.

Lindsay Taylor – whose piece of work was inspired by the Clematis – both wild and modern and blousey.

Gina Ferrari – her inspiration lies in stories and communication so we get to see faces.

We get to enjoy the language of flowers from Wendy Greene

and Julianne Long

Jennifer Hollingdale talks us through her Alice through the Looking Glass pieces and Amanda Hislop is inspired by landscapes

Winy Smit-Suijk has a piece of work full of texture and stitching which reflects her sence of ‘joie de vivre’.

Jackie Langfeld enjoys working with unusual and challenging material and in this section she talks us through the mitochondrial DNA code that inspired the group of textile exhibits and inparticular her own with the sewing theme.


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Watch out for the 2015 dates – new location is planned.

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