Kakishibu Persimmon Tannin: Shibori on Paper and Fabric
In Kakishibu Persimmon Tannin, Ana Lisa Hedstrom introduces simple techniques of folding and clamping, scrunching, dipping, and painting on Arashi pleats with persimmon juice to produce rich browns, tans, and blacks on paper and fabrics. Used for centuries across Asia, this safe and easy process requires no mordants, heating, or steaming and offers exciting possibilities for artists using paper, cellulose, silk fabrics, and even wood.
Produced by Studio Galli; 2018. 2 disc; 79 minutes; worldwide play; English audio.
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