In 2013 Sophie continued her Homage to the Seed project, first launched in 2010 during her residency at Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Through these works, Sophie hopes to highlight the age-old relationship between people and plants and to comment on how textile traditions carry profound interactions between humans and nature.
The ‘Antipodean Inheritance’ Cloths pay tribute to the great many Australian species she has been drawn to investigate: pods, seed capsules and seeds of endlessly varied dimensions and characteristics, collected in numerous habitats and urban settings, on residencies, in discussions, and through research. May these celebratory textile works bring to all a simple reminder “…at the center of everything we know is the matter of seeds.”
SeedArtLab : Seed Language Sophie Munns
Seeds through an Artists Lens with Sophie Munns
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