Visiting Artist Cat Mazza Takes on Global Garment Industry
May 16, 2010
Gestures of Resistance Visiting Artist “Cat Mazza”:http://www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org/exhibitions/index.php?f=2010_01_gestures will be working and performing this week at Museum of Contemporary Craft.
Acclaimed for her Nike Blanket Petition, Cat Mazza joins Gestures of Resistance at Museum of Contemporary Craft as the fifth artist in residence, May 18-22. She embarks on a new project wherein knitted cast-offs of American brands are unmade and cut into strips or unraveled into a stitched sculpture. Mazza will develop a workshop environment that engages visitors in a discussion about the global garment industry. She will work and perform in the Museum each day from 11 am-6 pm. Her Nike Blanket Petition will be displayed in The Lab during her stay.
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