"Intersections 6: fiber/DIMENSIONS and Beyond"
is an exhibition of more than 40 fiber artists whose works eclipse the boundaries of tradition.
fiber/DIMENSIONS artists bring a
diversity of disciplines to their contemporary dimensional work,
from weaving, felting, and paper making to woodworking, printing, and
welding. The artists mix mediums and materials
into forms that transcend definition. The vitality and potential of the
materials is what unites them in their unique
fiber/DIMENSIONS collaborative. "Intersections 6" is curated by Lisah Horner, San Francisco Bay Area artist and curator.
A San Francisco Bay Area art presence that has achieved international recognition,
fiber/DIMENSIONS is the realization of its founders' vision. In
1990 a group that had participated in a compelling college fiber
sculpture program, taught by Carole Beadle, launched a forum to sustain
that momentum. The collective chose the name fiber/DIMENSIONS
and developed a monthly schedule of discussions, critiques, tours, guest speakers, and demonstrations.