Amy Honchell’s Cartographic Cloth Installs

Chicago-based SAIC faculty and grad, Amy Honchell works with textiles to craft whirling installations of otherworldly landscapes. Honchell bends cloth, which protects us and keeps us warm, through a warped process that challenges the medium’s association with benevolence. Hochell’s mountainous compositions remove ┬ámemories of blanket-swathed crib slumber, and stitch the trappings of journey and struggle in their place.

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  • Amelie

    I enjoyed these works. I think they would be improved by leaving out the structures (eg. bridge, etc). As the works already read as landscapes.