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In Studies for Future Objects, Ana Esteve Llorens examines space and form through sculpture by creating an ambitious 20-foot long structure made of interlocking wooden panels that commands the gallery. In addition to defining the space, Llorens emphasizes an ongoing dialog with the body by creating human sized cutout voids in the panels.

Exploring ancient techniques, she also creates weavings that are hung on the wall; all made by hand on a back strap loom, they are dyed with natural pigments extracted from plants, seeds and insects. Through this process, Llorens investigates our understanding of time, place, and memory.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through January 12, 2017.

In Studies for Future Objects, Ana Esteve Llorens examines space and form through sculpture by creating an ambitious 20-foot long structure made of interlocking wooden panels that commands the gallery. In addition to defining the space, Llorens emphasizes an ongoing dialog with the body by creating human sized cutout voids in the panels.

Exploring ancient techniques, she also creates weavings that are hung on the wall; all made by hand on a back strap loom, they are dyed with natural pigments extracted from plants, seeds and insects. Through this process, Llorens investigates our understanding of time, place, and memory.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through January 12, 2017.

In Studies for Future Objects, Ana Esteve Llorens examines space and form through sculpture by creating an ambitious 20-foot long structure made of interlocking wooden panels that commands the gallery. In addition to defining the space, Llorens emphasizes an ongoing dialog with the body by creating human sized cutout voids in the panels.

Exploring ancient techniques, she also creates weavings that are hung on the wall; all made by hand on a back strap loom, they are dyed with natural pigments extracted from plants, seeds and insects. Through this process, Llorens investigates our understanding of time, place, and memory.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through January 12, 2017.

WHEN

WHERE

Women and Their Work
1710 Lavaca St.
Austin, TX 78701
http://www.womenandtheirwork.org/upcoming_exhibitions.html?itemid=1423

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