Jefferies, Janis
July 1997
Surface Design Journal;Summer97, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
An essay is presented on the subjectivity and plurality of contemporary textile practice. It explains the cultural significance between woman and autobiography and woman and textiles. In addition, it discusses the suggestion of Jeanne Perreault on the approach of unfolding of life events to differentiate between autographics and autobiography.


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