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Textile-Based Exhibits
Fluid Panel State by Andrea Zittel Plays on the Subjectivity of Art


By: Meghan Young (Superstar) Oct 5, 12
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The Fluid Panel State exhibit brings to light the subjectivity of art, especially when it comes to items that often can be viewed as mundane and everyday. In this case, the art show revolves around textiles that can be thought of as dressings, bedding or the artwork they are being displayed as. Of course, it is this ambiguity that will pique people’s interests as they peruse through the Fluid Panel State exhibit.

Created by Andrea Zittel, an artist based in Joshua Tree, California, the Fluid Panel State exhibit impressively marks her 10th show. The exhibit is currently on display at the Andrea Rosen Gallery. She worked with weavers from across the United States, who were led by Maine-based weaver Sheila Shanti.



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