Moscow, Idaho artist Gerri Sayler loops sisal twine by hand for a sculptural installation at the Method Gallery in Seattle, WA. The work was installed from May 27 – July 2, 2016.
Sayler creates her works from a variety of materials on-site while interacting with the public. In this case, excess fibers from the twine posed a potential breathing hazard so the artist broke with her usual practice and documented the process in a video which played on a constant loop in the exhibition.
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This project was supported by a Quick Funds grant from the Idaho Commission on the Arts.