Memory Marks

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2013-02-05
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Monfort-Nelson, Erin
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The intent of the textile hanging, Memory Marks, was to reveal a theme of “cultural transition and loss” through the use of textile surface design. The societal mood of WWII Japan was conveyed through simplicity of color, form, and mark making; rather than more explicit graphic elements often relied upon in surface design.

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