Woven Photos

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Lala Abaddon is not a well known artist although I suspect that is about to change. Currently living and working in NYC she has managed to create something wholly original and, to these eyes, mind-bogglingly remarkable. We’ve seen a lot of photographs that women are then adding embroidery, puncturing the actual photograph and adding color and texture to an already existing underly image. But what Abaddon has done is to create a oeuvre where she disassembles her photographs and then reassembles them using the ancient techniques of actual weaving. She cuts the photos into thin strips and then creates a new tapestry out of the disparate photos.

Some of these images originally appeared in Hi-Fructose.


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