|Medium||Stainless steel, red shale shards|
|Dimensions||60” x 210” x 12”|
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More about Warren Seelig: Textile per se
MICA this winter presents Warren Seelig: Textile per se, a retrospective of work by Rockland, Maine-based fiber artist Warren Seelig. Seelig, who is teaching an interdisciplinary drawing course at the College during the fall semester, has insisted on continuously defining and redefining the qualities that are unique to textile and especially to a kind of abstraction rooted in repetitive processes. The retrospective features selections from the fiber artist’s three main bodies of work. These include handwoven and manipulated wall mounted works of the 1970s and early ’80s and the skeletal/skin “spoke and wheel” sculptures from the ’80s and ’90s. MICA will also reveal Seelig’s most recent series of works that examine matter and light, Shadowfields.