Work by Hannah Gartside.

Work by Hannah Gartside.

 Work by Roberta Cummings.

Work by Roberta Cummings.

 Work by Emma Peters.

Work by Emma Peters.

 

HANDLE WITH CARE

Handle with Care is an exhibition that celebrates making, and the varied and diverse roles that textiles play
in our lives in uniquely personal ways.

Handle with Care is a group exhibition that invites makers from Melbourne and around the world to share a significant hand-made textile object from their past, as well as the story and meaning behind its creation.

Curated by Sophia Cai.

 
 
 Work by Kate James.

Work by Kate James.

Including works by

Jane Badger, Kiyomi Burgin, Elizabeth Barnett, Aaron Billings, Roberta Cummings, Anna Farago, Tal Fitzpatrick, Zak Foster, Hannah Gartside, Jake Henzler, Ruby Hoppen, Kate James, Beck Jobson, Ani Lee, Holly Leonardson, Erin Lewis-Fitzgerald, Pip Lincolne, Adele Moon, Emma Peters, Munaw Poe, Robyn Rich, Gina Rockenwagner, Samorn Sanixay, Felicia Semple, Caitlin Shearer, Shuklay Tahpo, Marta Tortajada, Pauline Tran, Ilka White, Elizabeth Yong.

 

Featuring a diverse representation of mediums and techniques including knitting, crochet, quilting, sewing, patchwork, spinning, mending, weaving and toy-making, the artists in Handle with Care demonstrate how making creates meaning through intention, materiality and form. The works in the exhibition range from everyday objects and personal artifacts to politically and conceptually motivated works. In all cases, the objects hold a special meaning and significance for the maker – whether that be in the object itself or told through the process of its making.