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Sue Foster

Sue Foster, Stephanie Potts, Cathy Rumsey and Mary Ward, four members of Seamless Textiles, will participate in the residency at Queen of Hungary Project Space. This residency is an opportunity for the artists to spend a period of concentrated and focused time on both making and critical discussion. They will explore the common threads in their work, collaborative working, and how each pursues and moves their individual art practice forward. The artists will sound out ideas in a conducive environment, experiment, play and enjoy. On Tuesday morning artist Polly Binns will join us as a mentor to ‘bring words to what we have got’ through group critique and discussion.
Through this residency Seamless Textiles aim to moveforward with their art practice, feeling stimulated, with a clearer understanding of how they can continue to develop and progress in the future.
Keen to push the boundaries of ‘Textile’, the Seamless Textile Group was established by MA Textile Culture graduates to further their practice, both individually and in collaboration. Whilst studying at Norwich University College of the Arts they developed a critical framework that informs their ongoing personal development, on a national and international platform. They use textiles in their broadest sense; from video and sound to printmaking and digital imagery as a platform to explore and communicate concepts that reflect their individual passions. Originating from a wealth of different textile specialisms, the Seamless Textile Group brings a refreshing look at the past, present and future of the question of ‘Textile’.






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Image above: Stephanie Potts, The Space Inbetween.
Image left: Sue Foster, Spinning.