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  • Ines Seidel

    Hannah Streefkerk - Knitted stones in "Kunst i Natur" exhibition in Andalsnes, Norway 2013

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    Art in nature by Hannah Streefkerk.

  • Becky Brooks

    Hannah Streefkerk knitted "bandages" to encase stones in her 2013 installation "To Take Care Of" in Norway. She says, "We all have skills that can be put to good use with a little imagination, a willingness to think outside the box. How can we take care of our beloved planet? How can we mend its ragged edges and restore it to health?" Read more about her approach to taking traditionally domestic craft into the wild at http://hannahstreefkerk.viewbook.com/about-my-work More photos of this installation here: http://hannahstreefkerk.viewbook.com/…/album/to-take-care-of

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That, Hannah Streefkerk, Stones Includ, Norway 2013, Contemporary Art, Natural Artworks, Art In Natural, Art In Nature, Fiber Art

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