Exteriors

Artists:  Clinton Barker, Kenneth Beck, Sarah Haigh, Doreen Munn, Jeanette Stok Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane 18 September – 29 September, 2018 Work included: Maintaining Order, 2018, Gutter guard and soft plastic garden tie, 2620 x 920 mm. Gutter guard is an unusual ‘textile’ to work with as the weave is not square, like regular fabrics, but resembles…

Stitch Cult

Artists:  Eddy Carroll, Emma Greenwood, Trudy Inkamala, Liz Payne, Demelza Sherwood, Jeanette Stok, Sera Waters and Historical works from The Embroiderers’ Guild of Queensland Inc Artisan, Brisbane 3rd August – 15 September, 2018 Exhibition essay Work included: Reflection, 2016, Single channel video projection, table, table cloth, 1030 mm (l) x 600 ( w) x 760 (h). Protection, 2018, Galvanised wire and wire mesh,730 mm (l) x…

Protection

Protection, 2018, Galvanised wire and wire mesh, 730 x 550 x 350 mm. Table cloth made from wire mesh -free from the table.  

OPEN HOUSE: 3rd Tamworth Textile Triennial 2017

Exhibition curated by Glenn Barkley Artists:  Sally Blake, John Brooks, GhostNets Australia, Gomeroi gaaynggal ArtsHealth Program, Treahna Hamm, Joy Ivill, Carol McGregor, Rebecca Mayo, Nyoongar Doll Makers Community Arts Network, Raquel Ormella, Julia Robinson, Ema Shin, Jeanette Stok, Meredith Woolnough Tamworth Regional Art Gallery 13th October – 10 December, 2017 Curator’s essay   Work included:…

Curios?

Exhibition curated by Carrie McCarthy for the World Science Festival in Brisbane Artists:  Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Elise Carmichael, Selene Cochrane, Simone Eisler, Emma Lindsay, Sara Manser, Sharon McKenzie, Julie-Anne Milinski, Deb Mostert, Jeanette Stok, Geoff Thompson, Michelle Vine, Carolyn V Watson Queensland Museum, South Brisbane 23rd March – 26th March, 2017 Work included: Transposition, 2016,…

Mutagenesis

Jeanette Stok Ivory St Window, Artisan, Fortitude Valley 6 March – 22 May, 2017 Living cells follow a set of rules and programed sequences in order to replicate and grow. However, when this program is disrupted a multitude of unexpected changes can occur. Sometimes beneficial, sometimes destructive. In a similar way, embroideries are traditionally produced in…

Reflection

I’m often asked how embroidering with wire is different to linen and thread. I have written about this previously which you can find here, but for my graduate exhibition I thought I would produce a work that visualises the action. Below is a short video of the installation.