Metalmorphosis: words within worlds' with Joanna Staniszkis

Martineau, Sheila
July 2005
Surface Design Journal;Summer2005, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the work of Canadian textile artist/fashion designer Joanna Staniszkis. Staniszkis uses the following materials in her masterpieces: natural fibers, metallic fabrics, stainless steel mesh and cooper wire cloth. Inherent in her work are the iterations and interconnections she makes among the many polarities informing her textile designs. Moreover, Staniszkis' work with metallic cloth shows the interplay in her cohesive constructs among creative vision, textile technique and material attribute.


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