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Doerte Weber

 

Doerte Weber

Tribal Connection
2016
handspun, dyed, woven and felted wool, mohair and dog hair
8.5 ft x 3.5 ft x 1 in

"Tribal connections are older and stronger then country connections."

White Supremacy
2016
handwoven with varies white yarns and plastic
72 in x 60 in x 0.5 in

"Often the political majority in western countries are made up of mostly white people. They themselves are victims of their own beliefs, backgrounds and affiliation. The intentional flaws in the piece speak to it."



Doerte Weber

Connections
2015
woven with rayon warp and knotted together yarn pieces
15 ft x 5 ft

"Connections are made despite differences in culture, gender,
beliefs or economic standard. Strength is in Diversity."

I AM ME
2016
handwoven with loohse ended yarns and fabrics hanging out
16 ft x 5 ft

"We have entered the time of Me, Me, Me
We are spending more time on our phones instead of knowing the people
around us to create a community. We are open to fear and prejudice."

Looking Thru Pink Glasses
Definition: "a cheerful or optimistic view of things, usually without valid basis."
This series examines migration, immigration and views in the western world. It leaves with more questions then answers - a dialogue in process. It goes back to old ways: weaving. At the most elemental level, weaving consist of warp and weft, each running in a separate direction but intertwined.
All pieces are woven with the same warp - a shiny, slippery pink colored rayon thread.

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