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by Adrienne Kneebone
feed,nest, knit 2005
Adrienne is an emerging artist residing in the rural areas of Darwin. With the beginnings of being purely informed by her surrounding environment she has diligently built up her fibre practice to a level of national recognition. Her work involves working with traditional fibre in a contemporary fashion as well as using found and surrounding domestic objects to explore the immersion of environment and motherhood.
My work focuses on demonstrating with an intent to bring light to the personal, reflective and feminine tones of life as a rural Australian woman. I use bush fibres with textile and basketry techniques to best demonstrate this.
I believe in the power of simplicity.
Darwin River, Northern Territory
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