Lindberg, Anne
October 1993
Surface Design Journal;Fall93, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p25
Trade Publication
The article features the textile artwork called "We Are All Breathing" by Anne Lindberg. It is stated that Lindberg aims to have an images, shapes, colors and physical components with mysterious quality of objects only half materialized, on the verge of dissolution or concretion. According to Lindberg, the said works contain materials such as discarded cotton, silk and linen, college fabric, gesso, and indigo which are all become substances in hand which he move, change, pattern, tend, cut and position.


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