Hole & Corner Recommends: Through the Woods Exhibition

24/11/2017

Hole & Corner Recommends: Through the Woods Exhibition

A new exhibition in London examines trees as a source of inspiration as well as material, through those whose art takes you on a journey ‘through the woods’…

Nature and creating with natural materials are at the centre of Jaggedart’s current exhibition, fittingly titled Through the Woods. The collective exhibition, featuring the work of six international artists, explores various aspects, interpretations and details of the theme through different mediums such as sculpture, photography and ‘grass and twig pieces.’

The show includes some impressive woven sculptures by Soojin Kang, made of silk threads and wood, which explore both organic and constructed forms while evoking entangled vegetation growing in the space. Her inspiration comes from different textile weaving techniques, with which she aims to ‘infuse the sense and idea of emotional sustainability through craftsmanship.’ Japanese artist Kazuhito Takadoi has also created a very tangible interpretation of the theme by sourcing grass