• Grace Carden-Horton
  • Gina Davey
  • Eva Ferguson-Rebenscheid
  • Eva Ngamanu
  • Phoebe Tims
  • Lauryn Tipper
  • Charlotte Wallis

In their final year of study, Textile students are asked to make manifest their core aspirations. This request comes with challenge and responsibility as the students learn to adapt to changing global situations. The resulting work embodies themes such as memory, identity, technology and process. This recent student work employing textiles as a mode of enquiry, includes projects employing jacquard knit and weave to print, dye and quilting.

This exhibition is presented in conjunction with Threads: Textiles Festival. With more than 15 free exhibitions and a roster of workshops, talks and tours at venues spanning Lower Hutt, Petone, Thorndon and the central city, Threads sheds new night on contemporary textile practices in Aotearoa and beyond. The festival will take place across Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington from 16-20 March 2022, read more here.