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Material Matters: The Art and Culture of Contemporary Textiles Paperback – December 1, 1998

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Material Matters is a tremendous achievement. It is essential for practitioners of art, educators and scholars internationally and useful for studio and history courses. The essays contribute to informed discussions about contemporary art and culture. Anne Wilson, Professor and Chair of the Department of Fiber, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. -- Anne Wilson,Professor and Chair of the Department of Fiber, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Contributors include:

Bruce Grenville: senior curator at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Jo Anna Isaak: author of The Revolutionary Power of Womens Laughter (Routledge).

Janis Jeffries: professor at the Visual Art Department of the University of London and coordinator of the European Textile Network,

Sarat Maharaj: author of The Duchamps Effect (MIT Press).

Anne West: professor at the Rhode Island School of Design.


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