• 15 June 2023

At ECCA2023: Timelines on the edge tapestry


Timelines on the edge is a work of collaboration between 10 tapestry weavers, designed and woven in Wexford over a two year period. Each section or line was designed by an individual, then collectively woven. The tapestry represents the unsettling aspects of climate change, highlighted by a central globe sitting out of sync with the surrounding elements. Each artist has expressed their unease with an aspect of the global climate crises.

The Timeline weavers :
Joan Baxter, Muriel Beckett, Tish Canniffe, Frances Crowe, Pascale De Coninck, Lorna Donlon, Terry Dunne, Frances Leach, Catherine Ryan, Heather Underwood.

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