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I will be using recycled materials such as fabric, partial garments or coated papers combining machine stitching and hand printing techniques to achieve three sizes of versatile monochromatic or richly patterned fiber art works for the wall, to be draped on surfaces or worn as stoles. I will primarily gather vintage or modern recyclable pieces from the workshop but not exclusively and will also reach out for local sources, either from donations or from minimal costs offered by varied industries such as second hand stores, SCRAP or the Salvation Army. The materials will carry an inherent history and therefore will be meaningful to the process. Although reproducible without limitation, each piece will be unique with a common structure to all, using a minimal amount of graphic stitching informing the composition. A hand made dye-sublimated original print from my Gaze Up series showing close up eyes from portraits made in the Bay Area will be strategically applied on each piece as a metaphor for the spirit of community and as a signature of the design.