Stitching Change: Enacting and Enticing change with stitch upon a duster

Research output: Other contributionpeer-review

Original languageEnglish
TypeArtists Making Change Lecture Series
Media of outputZoom
Place of PublicationKansas, USA
Publication statusPublished - 18 Mar 2021

Bibliographical note

Vanessa Marr is a senior lecturer, artist and designer based in East Sussex. She has taught art and design for the past decade and is currently Course Leader at the University of Brighton for their successful BA (hons) Design for Digital Media course, also teaching into BA Animation and BA Games Art & Design. She has extensive design experience including working as an Art Editor for the book publishers Dorling Kindersley in London, as well as running her own design agency for 10 years. Her academic work takes a critical view of the hidden language of objects and fairy tales, which she explores primarily through embroidery and creative writing. She is currently studying for a PhD exploring alternative practices of autoethnography through phenomenological engagement with a dusting cloth through stitch, which she defines as drawing with thread.

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