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Chris: Our work is primarily concerned with loss: both items that have been lost or discarded and lost loved ones, but also people who lose their way (including us, sometimes), the loss of dignity (the Art of Rejection for example), lost youth (Travellers, our embroidered and buttoned soft toys), and the loss of innocence (Fall). We are currently making an installation called 73 Leaves, which is a tribute to Matilda’s late mother, who died at the age of seventy-three. We are embroidering replica leaves of different species of trees, each representing a year of her life.
During the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries, young girls between the ages of six and fifteen were taught to stitch samplers. The first extant sampler was from England and then, as commercial samplers proliferated, the craft spread to North America and other parts of the world. It was particularly popular among settler communities in Canada and the US. 50 cm). Photo: Iviva Olenick Liz Kueneke, detail of The Urban Fabric—El Tejido Urbano (Barcelona, Spain), 2008. 98 m). Photo: Liz Kueneke Andrew J.
My dad had been really sick and then my mother-in-law passed away, unexpectedly, from brain cancer. A year later, my mother got breast cancer, and I had a hard time coping with it all. In the summer of 2000, I was at my parents’ house watching TV with my dad. And I thought, this would be a good time to get my mom to teach me how to embroider. I’m kind of bored. All the supplies are in the next room in her sewing basket. I’m now confronted by her mortality—I had better learn. If she won’t teach me, who will?