Path of Silk 2018
Path of Silk 2018

Textile and Industry Museum Augsburg, Germany, Sept.1 - Nov. 4, 2018.The exhibition 'No Intention', presented drawings from 1984 thru 2018 as well as assemblages. The “Path of silk” consists of nearly 200 panels of Japanese silk painted with India ink. The four-meter silken strips float lightly in the room, hung vertically alongside each other to form a walk-in labyrinth. The patterns on the silk range from a subtle marbling to an expressive India ink print reminiscent of oversized calligraphy.

Path of Silk 'No Intention'
Path of Silk 'No Intention'

Textile and Industry Museum Augsburg, Germany Sept.-Oct. 2018

Silk Day
Silk Day

1 length of silk on steel rod, Reykjavik, Iceland 2014, 76 x 300 cm ©BrianFitzgibbon

Path of Silk 2018
Path of Silk 2018

Textile and Industry Museum Augsburg, Germany, Sept.1 - Nov. 4, 2018.The exhibition 'No Intention', presented drawings from 1984 thru 2018 as well as assemblages. The “Path of silk” consists of nearly 200 panels of Japanese silk painted with India ink. The four-meter silken strips float lightly in the room, hung vertically alongside each other to form a walk-in labyrinth. The patterns on the silk range from a subtle marbling to an expressive India ink print reminiscent of oversized calligraphy.

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