Fiber is traditionally seen as labor-intensive—the slow action of stitching into cloth, the accumulation of weaving textiles thread by thread. By utilizing fiber practices and techniques, It Took a While highlights time through practice, multiples, and mediums, considering both the counting of time through motions and the loss of felt time to meditative practice.
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J. Casey Doyle
J Myszka Lewis
Özlem Ayse Özgür
Fiber Arts Network serves as a collective of ASU students, faculty, and alumni who all seek a stronger sense of community and support for contemporary fiber artists living and working in the surrounding area, providing an outlet for experimentation, critique, workshops, and dialogue pertaining to current issues in fiber.