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Doerte Weber Doerte Weber
Attention - Danger
2015
cotton warp, varies plastic tapes as weft
61 in x 31 in x 1in

Caution
2014
cotton warp, plastic caution tape as weft
63 in x 33 in x 1in

 
Doerte Weber Doerte Weber
What Do You See?
2014
cotton warp, plastic caution tape as weft
28 in x 35 in x 1in
Tracks
2016
cotton warp, plastic caution tape as weft
20 in x 28 in x 1in
   
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Pattern I
2016
cotton warp, plastic caution tape as weft
16 in x 12 in x 1in
Pattern II
2016
cotton warp, plastic caution tape as weft
10 in x 8 in x 1in
 
Doerte Weber Doerte Weber
Life Lines
2012
Structural weaving with various yarns
and plastic liners from Wall Street Journal
size: 24 in x 36 in x 1 in
Yellow Fellow
2012
Handwoven in Cannele pattern as structure with various yarns and yellow plastic wrappers from newspapers which were stiched to define the pattern
size: 24 in x 36 in x 1in
 
Recycled Series
   
Doerte Weber Doerte Weber
Recycled 07
2012
Structural weaving with various yarns and
plastic liners from Wall Street Journal, framed
size: 8 in x 10 in x 1 in
Recycled 02
2012
Structural weaving with various yarns and
plastic liners from New York Times, framed
size: 8 in x 10 in x 1 in
Doerte Weber Doerte Weber
Recycled 01
2012
Structural weaving with various yarns and
plastic liners from New York Times, framed
size: 5 in x 7 in x 1 in
Recycled 04
2012
Structural weaving with various yarns and plastic liners newspapers, framed
size: 12 in x 18 in x 1 in
Something Old, Something New
In weaving with different materials, I use mostly traditional weaving patterns. They give an assurance of familiarity, balancing the texture and sometimes distorted structure created through the medium of the unusual weaving materials.
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