Seen from a distance, Stitch might be mistaken for an abstract painting exhibition, and in a sense it is. However, the voice of the exhibition focuses on the enunciation of the fibers of a thing instead of the paint. Works in the show utilize sewing, weaving, knitting, hooking, embroidering, and simply exposing the construction of a garment. Stitch features a multinational group of artists who share a love for creating haptic and often austere works that force us to slow down and contemplate.
Stitch runs Aug. 22 through Jan. 2. A reception will take place Sept. 7.
Curated by Ian Ruffino.