Private Collection, United Kingdom
750 x 1200
Off-loom weaving (‘mad weave’), wrapping, binding, assemblage
Coloured papers and foil, shade cloth, bamboo, newspaper, thread
(Photographed against a white brick wall.)
This work attempts to express the dynamic of open dialogues led by David Bohm during meetings at Brockwood Park in England.
Imagine the triangles as individual participants. Their ‘boundaries’ are wrapped in newspaper, symbolising acquired knowledge. The woven area in the centre represents the infinite and complex levels of meaning that flow between the participants.
The strips of light symbolise potential links in shared meaning and understanding embedded within the common fabric of relationship – capable of transforming it and erasing the illusion of separation.