Kira Dominguez Hultgren, ‘Horizon Lines’, 2020, Textile Arts, Discontinuous embedded substitutional warp-faced double weave with found wood and metal loom bars left in place; silk from artist’s grandmother’s and artist’s own childhood Punjabi suits; backstrap in cotton jersey sourced from India and Joann’s fabrics; climbing rope (Berkeley Iron Works); hand/machine spun yarns in wool, alpaca, silk, acrylic, and other novelty fibers., Eleanor Harwood Gallery
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Horizon Lines, 2020

Discontinuous embedded substitutional warp-faced double weave with found wood and metal loom bars left in place; silk from artist’s grandmother’s and artist’s own childhood Punjabi suits; backstrap in cotton jersey sourced from India and Joann’s fabrics; climbing rope (Berkeley Iron Works); hand/machine spun yarns in wool, alpaca, silk, acrylic, and other novelty fibers.
86 × 42 × 7 in
218.4 × 106.7 × 17.8 cm
.
$8,500
Location
San Francisco , San Francisco
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Eleanor Harwood Gallery
San Francisco , San Francisco

Through her works “Arose” and “Horizon Lines,” Dominguez Hultgren, herself a Punjabi export to …

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Kira Dominguez Hultgren, ‘Horizon Lines’, 2020, Textile Arts, Discontinuous embedded substitutional warp-faced double weave with found wood and metal loom bars left in place; silk from artist’s grandmother’s and artist’s own childhood Punjabi suits; backstrap in cotton jersey sourced from India and Joann’s fabrics; climbing rope (Berkeley Iron Works); hand/machine spun yarns in wool, alpaca, silk, acrylic, and other novelty fibers., Eleanor Harwood Gallery
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Eleanor Harwood Gallery
San Francisco , San Francisco

Through her works “Arose” and “Horizon Lines,” Dominguez Hultgren, herself a Punjabi export to America, considers what it means to be Indian and to live in diaspora, (dis)placed like the stitches of her great-aunt’s phulkari in straight and biased lines.

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Perfect
Certificate of authenticity
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Horizon Lines, 2020

Discontinuous embedded substitutional warp-faced double weave with found wood and metal loom bars left in place; silk from artist’s grandmother’s and artist’s own childhood Punjabi suits; backstrap in cotton jersey sourced from India and Joann’s fabrics; climbing rope (Berkeley Iron Works); hand/machine spun yarns in wool, alpaca, silk, acrylic, and other novelty fibers.
86 × 42 × 7 in
218.4 × 106.7 × 17.8 cm
.
$8,500
Location
San Francisco , San Francisco
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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