Alongside celebrations of heritage textiles and ancient techniques, London Craft Week offers a platform to showcase the most inspiring artisans leading sustainable material innovations today.
Challenging the boundaries of what we may know to be a ‘textile’ Zena Holloway is a British artist, photographer and bio designer who grows wheatgrass that is then carefully moulded, shaped and formed to create textile sculptures and crafted objects. For London Craft Week, Holloway comes together in collaboration with De le Cuona, a bespoke British fabric house established in 1992 by Bernie De Le Cuona, specialising in fine linen fabrics for interiors.
A collaboration where by textile tradition and textile innovation meet, as one. For both Holloway and De le Cuona they share a deep respect for our natural world. Mirroring the organic rhythms in nature, through slow, sustained hand craft............
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