Farfield Mill visit

  • Lost and found ceramics, assembled to create decorative pieces.


  • I liked the interactive aspects – especially the textile pieces that people could adapt > means that the piece will be different each day. This could be something to consider for my final exhibition, as people could feel that they ‘own’ a piece by adding to it or taking something away.
  • It was useful to see the development pieces leading up to this artists final piece, as it gave a greater insight into their creative process.


  • These textiles reminded me of the Japanese ‘Boro’ and ‘Shibori’ techniques.
  • Interesting display methods and collage-like techniques
  • Reminded me of an image on Pinterest, in which an anonymous artist captured peoples memories in matchboxes, including sentimental possessions, such as receipts.



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