Suspension of the Temporal The Art of Ruth McCorrison

Knowlton, Ginger
October 2006
Surface Design Journal;Fall2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p34
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the artist Ruth McCorrison and creative techniques in bead works and photography. Her artistic processes are combination of digital technology, textile material and method and photographic process. She has been drawn to minimalist textile creations from Japan, Korea and Finland. The night traffic, including car and bridge lights, has also been an influence to her art.


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