Interior [Part of Fabric: reinterpreting the house exhibition]

Mullaniff, Kathleen (2002) Interior [Part of Fabric: reinterpreting the house exhibition]. [Show/Exhibition]

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Abstract

Mullaniff’s large paintings ‘Interior’ was derived from a modest piece of cotton dress fabric from the Victoria and Albert Museum’s textile collection and dates from the eighteenth century. Mullaniff alters the status of the fabric from dressmaking to painting and asks the viewer to reconsider the aesthetic value of pattern.

Item Type:Show/Exhibition
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Fabric: was an exhibition of work by fourteen contemporary visual artists. The artists took their inspiration from the environment of Abbot Hall, its structure, history and cultural context.

The artists worked within a diverse range of media, including photography, painting, drawing and installations. Through their work, they created connections with the physical space of Abbot Hall and its collection of paintings, furniture and objects.

Research Areas:School of Art and Design > Art & Design
ID Code:6008
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Deposited On:03 Mar 2011 08:59
Last Modified:15 Apr 2014 07:35

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