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Jacqueline Stojanović (b.1992) is a visual artist, weaver and educator engaged with an expanded textile practice that considers histories of the handmade through the processes of weaving, drawing, assemblage, and installation. Taking the position that weaving is an ancient carrier of culture, Stojanović explores past and present personal cultural narratives; adopting the language of abstraction and approaching weaving through an open use of materials from the industrial to the domestic. She continues the practice of hand weaving within a contemporary framework, looking to the past as a means of navigating the present and challenging its rapid shifts in collective social and material values.
Photo courtesy of Larisa Petcuț
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