S2E6 : Anne Low on weaving on frame looms, studying and learning old techniques, and dividing time between art and utilitarian weaving.

This week we are talking with Anne Low from Canada. Anne Low is a multi-disciplinary artist who uses sculpture, installation, textiles and printmaking to explore the relationship of historical contexts of contemporary functional objects and themes that occur, such as the domestic and the decorative. Her works highly focus on the physicality of an object and utilize her historic knowledge of weaving and various methodologies.

She has been featured in many group exhibitions, held selected solo exhibitions, and was nominated for the Sobey Art Award in 2019 (Canada‚Äôs largest award for young Canadian artists). Her work is subtle and sublime, showcasing fine craftsmanship in the light of installation art. 

We hope you enjoy our conversation with Anne as we talk about weaving on frame looms, studying and learning old techniques, and dividing time between art and utilitarian weaving.

Find Anne Online : Instagram

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