In 2007 I began printing photographic montages on materials such as georgette or watercolour paper and more recently on archival cotton. I then embroider specific areas of the image plane with cotton or metallic threads. The act of working with a needle and thread transforms my hands into instruments of memory, as muscle memory and the rhythm of the repetitive […]
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