Kendall Clarke is an artist making award-winning 2D and 3D textiles for exhibition and installation. Her work is informed by a subtle aesthetic, influenced by the simple beauty of Japanese crafts. It is characterized by fineness and detail. Her process is materials-led and experimental, with a particular interest in exploring the potential of paper and paper-like yarns. She uses painting, mark-making, erasure and other techniques during the process of weaving to produce structurally-complex multi-layered pieces. She is based in London where she works from her studio at Cockpit Arts and exhibits internationally.
'Pushing the limits' artworks title : Asemic Writing
Silk warp. Linen, silk and wool wefts. Calligraphic marks made by on-loom manipulation.
Toika Liisa computer dobby loom (24 shafts)