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Cloud Nylon

Nora Fok

Exhibited from 17 March - 22 April, 2012

This is the first ever touring solo exhibition by the extraordinary jeweller, textile artist and 3D designer Nora Fok.

The artist has established herself as a pioneering maker, transforming organic forms into wearable, ethereal sculpture. Her delicate, intricate forms are woven from an ordinary material, nylon microfilament. The processes Nora uses – knitting, weaving, crocheting and knotting – transform the linear nylon into simple and complex structures inspired by her fascination with the natural world and the mathematical models that underpin it.

Admission free (donations welcome).

A Harley Gallery exhibition.

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