This image, provided by Jess Laneave, serves as an example that he (a baby) develop(s) an "aware(ness) of the meaning of what he does. As he grasps the meaning of an act at first performed from sheer internal pressure, he becomes capable of true expression" (Dewey, 1958, p. 62). Emotion, art, and expression all work together. Review John Dewey's "Art As Experience" for further insight.
Nuno felting is a fabric felting technique developed by Polly Stirling, a fiber artist from New South Wales, Australia, around 1992. The name is derived from the Japanese word "nuno" meaning cloth. The technique bonds loose fibre, usually wool, into a sheer fabric such as silk gauze, creating a lightweight felt.
Massive Fabric Sculpture is Life-Size Home within Home
Korean sculptor and installation artist Do Ho Suh, who's known for his thought-provoking sculptures, has come up with his largest work up to date...created with purple fabric. At the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) in Seoul, you'll find "Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home", a 1:1 scale replica of two houses the artist had previously lived in, one inside the other.