(o) One morning on Gloucester Rd – James Koch vs Sarah Sense

‘One morning on gloucester rd’ (2014)

It has been a great pleasure and privilege to work with Sarah Sense on this one off piece. Sarah’s practice is weaving photographs with traditional Chitimacha basketry techniques. since 2010, Sense has been researching contemporary indigenous arts throughout North/Central/South America, Southeast Asia and Europe. Sense published, Weaving the Americas, A Search for Native Art in the Western Hemisphere (2012), documenting a journey from Canada to Chile, garnering her first traveling solo exhibition, Weaving the Americas, premiering at Museo de Arte Contempráneo, Valdivia, Chile (2011). Research in the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and England culminated into, Weaving Water, premiering at Rainmaker in Bristol, England (2013).

We met shortly afterwards and completed this piece. It’s currently hanging at The Gallimaufry, Gloucester rd, Bristol


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2 Responses to (o) One morning on Gloucester Rd – James Koch vs Sarah Sense

  1. Helene Hilger says:

    It is remarkable. Is it being shown outdoors? I love how you can glimpse the people through the spaces of the weaving.

    • james says:

      hi Helene, thnks for the message. Sarah is a very original artist – her own weaved artworks are well worth checking out on her website. it’s being shown in the restaurant of The Gallimaufry, so open to the public. Hopefully i can show sometime x

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