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Girlhood

By  Karen Logan 2015

Sebastian Richter

There were no houses opposite my childhood home, a view of Epping Forest filled my bedroom window. I walked alone there as a child and have since recognised the forest was a safe place (in contrast to an unsafe home) and wanted to represent my child self using fabrics from my childhood era. Some of the fabrics used are my mothers aprons, pillow cases and blankets from home, some were sourced in charity shops. I traced my friends eight year old daughter's arm many years ago, this tracing and my first experiments lay dormant for a time, and 2015 I decided to see the idea through and stitch ten pairs of arms by hand. It took months..
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Virtual Residency, Haarlem Artspace

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Daughters of daughters

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