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Anonymous asked: I know that I do not know you too well, but I hope that you are doing wonderfully and I love your blog!

I know I do not know you well either, but! I’m doing wonderful and Its kind of you to ask

This is a series in progress, I’m interested in the process in which we recall information and how we can visually tell a story.
Any feedback?

This is a series in progress, I’m interested in the process in which we recall information and how we can visually tell a story.

Any feedback?

On request of posting my work

Reconstructed Memory

Jacq Wagner

2014

Anonymous asked: You should post more of your own stuff!

You’re right! 

wastedsleep:

So, chosen by God for this new life of love, dress in the wardrobe God picked out for you: compassion, kindness, humility, quiet strength, discipline. Be even-tempered, content with second place, quick to forgive an offense. Forgive as quickly and completely as the Master forgave you. And regardless of what else you put on, wear love. It’s your basic, all-purpose garment. Never be without it.

neptunain:

tea is leaf water, coffee is bean water, soda is sugar water, people are blood water, everything is just fucking water

(via suspiciouschicken)

softpyramid:

LJ RobertsSisters Are Doing It For Themselves Image: Lesbian Herstory Archives2011from Jacquard-Woven Protest BannersJacquard-Woven Cotton and Lurex, hand-dyed fabric, crank-knit yarn, thread. 10’ x 4’. 2011.

softpyramid:

LJ Roberts
Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves Image: Lesbian Herstory Archives
2011
from Jacquard-Woven Protest Banners
Jacquard-Woven Cotton and Lurex, hand-dyed fabric, crank-knit yarn, thread.
10’ x 4’. 2011.

Anonymous asked: I'm glad you are posting more on here again, I enjoy your blog

making me swooooon, thank you lovely.

yearoftheglitch:

Title: Fragmented Memory
Date: May 29, 2013
Location: The Textiellab @ The Textielmuseum in Tilburg, NL
Dimensions: Each 160cm x 205cm

Fragmented Memory is a triptych of large woven tapestries completed in May 2013 in Tilburg, NL at the Audax Textielmuseum’s Textiellab. The project uses digital practices and processes to blur the lines between photography, data visualization, textile design, and computer science. The result are works of visual art that serve not only to render visible the invisible processes mediating everyday experience, but also to operate as distinctly tactile and lo-fi digital storage media—the process becomes a means to capture, record, and transmit data.

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