ISS Exhibitions Catalog Set
This set collects exhibitions catalogs from the 10th International Shibori Symposium (Oaxaca, Mexico, 2016) and the 8th International Shibori Symposium (Hong Kong, 2011).
Includes a complimentary 10ISS tote bag, while supplies last.
10ISS Exhibitions Catalog: Contemporary and Wearable Art of Shibori and Ikat - Revised Limited Edition
The revised limited edition of the exhibitions catalog from the 10th International Shibori Symposium Oaxaca, Mexico, 2016) features artworks from four of the exhibitions arranged for the symposium.
The front of the catalog, printed in English and Spanish, features an essay on "The Meaning of Shibori" by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada and artworks from Contemporary Art of Shibori and Ikat and Wearable Art of Shibori, curated by Trine Ellitsgaard and Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, plus abstracts from five additional symposium exhibitions:
- New Beat: International Student Competition - Wearable Art, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- bandhani flags, Christina Kim
- Óptica & Háptica, Carla Fernández
- Color Play: Children's Resist-Dye Works from Chile, Colorearte
- Joyeria y Papel: Una Colaboración - Kiff Slemmons and Arte Papel Vista Hermosa, Kiff Slemmons
The back of the catalog, printed in English and Japanese, features works from INDIGO EARTH: Shibori Kimono, Past and Present and INDIGO EARTH: Japanese Kasuri and Shibori, curated by Yoshiko Nakamura and Consortium Arimatsu Narumi, plus an abstract from INDIGO EARTH: Children's Shibori, curated by Hiroshi Murase and Consortium Arimatsu Narumi.
The revised limited edition adds full bleed venue images, updated artwork images, an index, and revised Spanish translations.
Edited by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada; designed by World Shibori Network; translated by Lockwood Education and Lala De Dios; published in USA by World Shibori Network (2017); digitally printed in Berkeley by Community Printers. 21.6 x 28cm (8.5 x 11in); 174 pages; full color images; English, Spanish, and Japanese text. ISBN 9781532327568.
The catalog for the 8ISS exhibitions organized in partnership with The Hong Kong Design Institute features artworks from four of the exhibitions arranged for the symposium:
- Animal Fibers: Art Informs Shibori, presenting international artworks created from animal fiber or hide and utilizing shibori techniques, illustrating the transformative properties of protein-based materials. Curated by Jean Williams Cacicedo and Jorie Johnson.
- Animal Fibers in Chinese Tradition, highlighting woolen textiles and costumes of the Yi minority group, Liangshan prefecture, Sichuan province, from the Textile Collection of Jin Ze Arts Centre. Curated by Edith Sai May Cheung.
- Wearable Art: Draped, Shaped, Flow and Shadow, celebrating the transformation of 2D materials into 3D wearable art by sixteen international artists. Curated by Elita Tam and Lydia Tanji.
- Animal Fibers Remix, showcasing artworks by final-year students of the Department of Fashion and Image Design at Hong Kong Design Institute which experiment with color, material, texture, and technique in the medium of animal fibers. Curated by Joanne Lau and Jo Lau.
Edited by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada and Elita Lam; designed by Joanne Lau and Lai Tang; published in Hong Kong by The Hong Kong Design Institute (2011). 29 x 29cm (11.4 x 11.4in); 64 pages; full color images; English text.
The catalog for the 8ISS exhibitions organized in partnership with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University includes an essay "Art Informs Shibori - Shibori Informs Art" by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada and features artworks from three of the exhibitions arranged for the symposium:
- Energy Nexus: Fiber Art, curated by Ana Lisa Hedstrom, Debbie Leung, Hiroko Watanabe, and Gloria Wong
- Energy Nexus: Wearable Art, curated by Lydia Tanji and Gloria Wong
- New Beat: International Student Concours, curated by Jooyoung Shin
Edited by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, Kinor Jiang, and Xuelin Liao; designed by Match Wong; published in Hong Kong by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2011). 21 x 29.7cm (8.25 x 11.7in); 100 pages; full color images; English text. ISBN 9789623677431.