Bibliography

Bibliography 

This post contains all the references made during process of researching and working on this module. It is a summary of references given in individual blog posts and sketchbooks, and provided for ease of viewing.

Courses, Museum and gallery visits

  • “Textile treasures”, Norwich cathedral, Norwich, Norfolk. 7-25 August 2015
  1. Introduction to English Embroidery. available online at: http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/i/english-embroidery-introduction/
  • Museum visit: Hamburger-Kunsthalle. September 2015
  • Printmaking workshop – Gainsborough’s House Printworkshop, Sudbury, Suffolk. 17-20 October 2015
  • “The Bank”, Eye, Suffolk: Winter exhibition. 26 November 2016
  • Gainsborough’s House Print workshop exhibition, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. November- December 2015
  • “Magnificent obsessions: The artist as a collector”, Sainsbury’s Centre for the visual arts, Norwich, Norfolk. 8 January 2016
  • Tibor Reich retrospective, Manchester museum. 17 February 2016
  1. Wilson, M. (2013) Tibor Reich’s grandson relaunches his iconic brand. Startford-upon Avon Herald. 26 September 2013. Available from: http://www.stratford-herald.com/1802-tibor-reichs-grandson-relaunches-his-grandfathers-iconic-brand.html. [Accessed 25 February 2016]
  2. Anon. (2016) What’s on: Tibor Reich Available from: http://www.whitworth.manchester.ac.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/currentexhibitions/tibor-reich/ [Accessed 25 February 2016]
  3. Powers, K., Hann, M.A. And Cousens, J.A. Tibor Reich: A life of colour and weave. Arts Textrina no. 39. An accompaniment to the exhibition Tibor:Reich: A life of colour and weave. University of Leeds international textile archive. Leeds. Available from:  http://l8lj4w45xq24rooa1c6upxke.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/files/2014/06/Tibor_Reich.pdf [Accessed 25 February 2016]
  4. Hann, M.A. And Powers, K. (2009) Tibor Reich – a textile designer working in Stratford. Textile History, 40(2), 212-228. November 2009. Available from: http://l8lj4w45xq24rooa1c6upxke.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/files/2014/06/Reich_Article.pdf %5BAccessed 25 February 2016]
  5. Ellis-Peterson, H. (2016) Him indoors: Tibor Reich, the designer who brightened up Britain forever. The Guardian. 1 February 2016. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/feb/01/tibor-reich-the-whitworth-manchester-interiors-britain-designer-bright-colour [Accessed 25 February 2016]
  6. Tibor. Available from: http://www.tibor.co.uk/1960-s–tibor-reich.html [Accessed 25 February 2016]
  7. ULITA – An archive of international textiles. Available from: http://emuseum.leeds.ac.uk/view/objects/asitem/4/87/title-asc?t:state:flow=516570f7-cce0-46d0-b738-b51c2f8015d9 [Accessed 25 February 2016]
  • Visit to St. Mary’s church, Thornham Parva to view medieval retable 26 April 2016
  1. Secret Suffolk [n.d.] Thornham Parva. [online]. Available from: http://secretsuffolk.com/thornham-parva/ [Accessed 25 May 2016]
  2. BBC (2003) Medieval altarpiece is restored. [online] BBC News 20 February 2003. Available from: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2782775.stm [Accessed 25 May 2016]
  3. Hamilton Kerr Institute (Ed.) (2004) The Thornham Parva retable: technique, conservation and context of an English Medieval painting. Chicago. Harvey Millar Publishers.
  4. Old School Gallery (2015) Jonathan Lloyd – Royal Accademy Summer 2015. [online]. Available from: https://se.royalacademy.org.uk/artwork/Jonathan-Lloyd/794 [Accessed 25 May 2016]
  5. Binski, P. (2003) St Mary’s church Thornham Parva, Suffolk. A guide to the retable. Ipswich. Expression printers. 
  6. Willis, S. [n.d.] How did an artist help Britain fight the war at sea? BBC iWonder series. [online]. Available from:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zty8tfr [Accessed 30 May 2016]
  7. Brown, M. (2015) Mersey ferry gets the dazzle treatment from Sir Peter Blake. In: The Guardian. 2 April 2015. [online].Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/apr/02/mersey-ferry-peter-blake-dazzle-treatment-first-world-war [Accessed 30 May 2016]
  8. Courtauld Institute (2004) St Mary’s church Thornham Parva – a guide to the wall paintings. Ipswich. Expression printers.
  • Visit to Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 1 June 2016
  1. Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2016) Not Vital. Leeds. Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
  2. Yorkshire Sculpture Park [n.d.] Exhibitions: Magdalena Abakanowicz. [online]. Available from:http://www.ysp.co.uk/whats-on/open-air/magdalena-abakanowicz [Accessed 3 June 2016]
  3. Pointon, M (2014) History of Art. A student handbook. 5th Edition. London and New York. Routledge.
  4. Vital, N. (2011) Moon [stainless steel]. 150cm diameter. [online]. Available from: http://www.speronewestwater.com/artists/not-vital#8 [Accessed 3 June 2016]
  5. Vital, N. (2015) Moon [stainless steel]. 300cm diameter. [online]. Available from: https://galerieursmeile.com/artists/artists/not-vital/moon-2015/workdetail.html?cHash=c383a08ca7d09beeffea9f10f8e04ea6 [Accessed 3 June 2016]
  6. Inglot, J. (2004) The figurative sculpture of Magdalena Abakanowicz: Bodies, environments and myths. California. University of California press.
  7. Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2016) KAWS Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Wakefield. Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
  • Study visit “Giacometti: A line through time” Sainsbury’s centre for the visual arts, 25 June 2016 
  1. Sainsbury’s centre for the visual arts (2016) Giacometti: A line through time. London. Bloomsbury.
  2. Southerby’s (2007) Description:Homme travers ant use place par un matin de soleil. Online. Available from: http://www.sothebys.com/fr/auctions/ecatalogue/2007/impressionist-and-modern-art-evening-sale-n08314/lot.28.html [Accessed 28 June 2016]
  3. Sainsbury’s centre for the visual arts (2015) Francis Bacon and the masters. London. Fontanka.
 
Assignment 1 – Interpreing cultural sources
 
  1. Feder, N. (1965) American Indian Art. Abrams. New York. 
  2. Walters, A.L. (1989) The spirit of native America: Beauty and mysticism in American Indian Art. Chronicle books. San Francisco.
  3. Gillow, J. and Sentance, B. (1999) World textiles: A visual guide to traditional techniques. Thames and Hudson. London.
  4. Carocci, M. (2011) Ritual and honour. Warriors of the North America plains. The British museum press. London.
  5. Paine, S. (2010) Embroidered textiles. A world guide to traditional patterns. Thames and Hudson. London.
  6. Penney, D. (1992) Art of the American Indian frontier. Phaidon Press Ltd. London.
  7. Berlo, J. and Phillips, R. (1998) Native North American Art. Oxford history of art. Oxford University press. Oxford.
  8. Monture, J. (1993) The complete guide to traditional native American beadwork. A definitive study of authentic tools, materials, techniques and styles. Macmillan publishing company. New York.
  9. Versluis, A. (1994) Native American traditions. Element books Ltd. Shaftesbury, Dorset.
  10. Holm, B. (1965) Northwest coast Indian art: An analysis of form. University of Washington press. Seattle.
  11. Walters, A. (1989) The spirit of native America: Beauty and mysticism in American Indian Art. Chronicle books. San Francisco.
  12. Brafford, C. and Thom, L. (1992) Dancing colors: Paths of native American women. Chronicle books. San Francisco.
  13. Jacka J. and Jacka, L. (1994) Beyond tradition: Contemporary Indian art and it’s evolution. Northland publishing. Flagstaff. Arizona.
  14. Selvedge Magazine, Issue 41.
  15. Collezioni Accessori 80. April 2015.
 
Assignment 2 – Screen printing
 
Sketchbook work
  1. Dempsey, A. (2010) Styles, schools and movements. The essential encyclopaedic guide to modern art. New and expanded edition. Thames and Hudson. London
  2. Watson, T. (2015) Brutal Utopias. The National Trust. Swindon.
  3. Hess, A. (2009) Oscar Niemeyer Buildings. Rizzoli, New York
  4. Papadaki, S. (1960) A117 Masters of world architecture. George Braziller Inc. New York
  5. Anon (2003) Oscar Niemeyer Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2003. Serpentine Gallery. London
  6. Jordan, L. (2015) Brasilia Metropolitan Cathedral. Travel Design destinations. Elle Decoration. January 2015.
  7. Thomas, T. (n.d.) Oscar Niemeyer – architect of the people. Escape Into Life. Available from: http://www.escapeintolife.com/essays/oscar-niemeyer-architect-of-the-people/ [Accessed 1 February 2016]
  8. Niemeyer, O. (2012) Oscar Niemeyer: a life in architecture – in pictures. The Guardian. 6 December 2012. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2012/dec/06/oscar-niemeyer-life-architecture-pictures %5BAccessed 1 February 2016]
Screen printing techniques
  1. Benn, C and Morgan, L. (2009) Screen printing: Layering textiles with colour, texture and imagery. Committed to Cloth. 4 Print Ltd. Nottingham.
  2. Dunnewold’s, J. (2010) Art cloth: A guide to surface design for fabric. Interweave Press. Loveland. 
  3. Issett, R. (2009) Colour on cloth: create stunning effects with dye on fabric  cloth. Batsford. London. 
 
Assignment 3 – Reveal and conceal

Research point
  1. Anon (2006) At the edge: extending textile boundaries. Textile for us South West. 
  2. Kawashima, K, Millar, L, Reuter, L, Harper, Millar, C. (Ed) (2005) 2121: The textile vision of Reiko Sudo and Nuno. University college for the creative arts. Epsom.
  3. Harris, J. (Ed) (1999) Art textiles of the world: Great Britain: volume 2. Telos art publishing. Winchester.
  4. Kuroda, R. (2009) Portfolio collection: Kyoko Kumai. Telos art publishing, Winchester.
  5. Theophilus, J and Broadhead, C. (2001) Portfolio collection: Caroline Broadhead. Telos art publishing, Winchester.
  6. Starszakowna, N., Breward, C. And Schloeser, M. (2005) Portfolio collection: Norma Starszakowna. Telos art publishing, Winchester.
  7. Shihoko, F., Erikson, M., and Uchiyama, T. (2003)  Portfolio collection: Fukumoto Shihoko. Telos art publishing, Winchester.
  8. Agano, M., Reuter, L. and Uchiyama, T. (2003) Portfolio collection: Machiko Agano. Telos art publishing, Winchester.
  9. Scott, J. (2003) Textile perspectives in mixed media sculpture. The Crowood press Ltd. Marlborough, Wiltshire.
  10. Wilcox, T., Penney, C., Mathison, F. (2012) Tapestry: A woven narrative. Black dog publishing. London
  11. Colchester, C. (2009) Textiles today: a global survey of trends and traditions. Thames and Hudson, London.
  12. Woolf, D. (November 2009) An interview with Caroline Broadhead Available from: http://www.themaking.org.uk/content/makers/2009/11/caroline_broadhead.html [Accessed 10 February 2016 ]
  13. Anon. (2005) ‘Diasporas’, hanging textile by Norma Starzakowna, 2005. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/d/diasporas-hanging-textiles/ [Accessed 10 February 20016]
  14. Anon. Biography: Reiko Sudo. The Jerusalem centre for the visual arts. Available from: http://www.jcva.org/artist.asp?artistid=104&catid=1 [Accessed 10 February 2016]
  15. Yamada, M. (2013) The future of fabrics woven with the past. In The Japan Times. 21 February 2013. Available from: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2013/02/21/arts/the-future-of-fabrics-woven-with-the-past/#.VruYmvDfWrV [Accessed 10 February 2016]
  16. Millar, L. (Curator) The gallery of contemporary textile artists (2003) University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, Surrey. http://transitionandinfluence.com/gallery/asakoishizakistatement.html#AI1 [Accessed 10 February 2016]
  17. Yeh, D. (2003) Artist portrait: Asako Ishizaki. Culture base.net The international artist database. June 22 2003.    http://www.culturebase.net/artist.php?950 [Accessed 10 February 2016]
  18. Gunner, J. (2006). Shibori for textile artists. Batsford. London
  19. Anon. Naomi Kobayashi. Browngrotta arts. Available from: http://www.browngrotta.com/Pages/kobayashi.n.php [Accessed 10 February 2016]
  20. Yeh, D. (2003) Artist portrait: Masakazu Kobayashi. June 19 2003. Available from: http://www.culturebase.net/artist.php?913 [Accessed 10 February 2016]
  21. Cole, D. (2008) Textiles now. Lawrence King. London.
  22. Quinn, B. (2009) Textile designers at the cutting edge.  Lawrence King. London.
  23. McFadden, D., Scanlan, J. and Edwards, J. (2008) Radical lace and subversive knitting. Museum of art and design. New York.
  24. Axisweb.org pro-member profile: Ainsley Hillard. Available from: http://www.axisweb.org/p/ainsleyhillard/ [Accessed 11 February 2016]
  25. Hillard, A. Ainsley Hillard: About the artist. Available from: http://www.ainsleyhillard.com/index.php/about-the-artist [Accessed 11 February 2016]
  26. http://www.echelman.com/project/expanding-club/%5BAccessed 11 February 2016]
  27. Axisweb.org pro-member profile: Pat Hodson. http://www.axisweb.org/p/pathodson/ [Accessed 11 February 2016]

Experimental workshops

Workshop 1: Netting techniques
  1. Holdgate, C. (1970) Net making for all. Mills and Boon Ltd. London.
Workshop 2: Knitted nets
  1. Boeger, L. (2012) Hand spun: New spins on traditional techniques. Quarry Books. Beverly, Massachusetts.
  2. Lee, R. (2007) Contemporary knitting for textile artists. Batsford.
  3. Anon (2006) The ultimate sourcebook of knitting and crochet stitches. The harmony guides. Collins and Bown. London.
  4. Boggs, J. (2011) Spin art: mastering the craft of spinning textured yarn. Interweave Press. Loveland.
  5. Kirkpatrick, R. (2012) Freeform crochet and beyond. Sally Milner publishing. Binda. New South Wales, Australia.
  6. Fisch, A. (1996) Textile techniques in metal for jewellers, textile artists and sculptors. Robert Hale Ltd. London.
  7. McFadden, D., Scanlan, J. and Edwards, J. (2008) Radical lace and subversive knitting. Museum of arts and design, New York.
  8. Teller-Loumagne, F. (2005) The art of knitting – inspirational stitches, textures and surfaces. London. Thames and Hudson.

Workshop 9: Paper laminates

  1. Benn, C., Dunnewold, J. And Morgan, L. (2008) Paper & metal leaf lamination – A mixed media approach. Nottingham. Committed to cloth & Art cloth studios.
  2. Monk, L. (2012) Exploring creative surfaces. Pinner, Middlesex. d4daisy books Ltd.
 
Sample development
  1. Thorne, D. (2009) Transparency in textiles. London. Batsford.
  2. Dunnewold, J. Benn, C. And Morgan, L. (2011) Finding your own visual language – A practical guide to design and composition. Nottingham. Committed to cloth & Art cloth studios.

Assignment 4 – Contextual studies

Project 1, stage 1
 
Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh:
  1. Undiscovered Scotland [n.d.] Margaret Macdonald. [online]. Available from: http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/usbiography/mac/margaretmacdonald.html [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  2. Anon. [n.d.] Who was Margaret Macdonald? [online]. Available from: http://www.charlesrenniemac.co.uk/start-here/margaret-mac-donald [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  3. Hunters an art gallery – Macintosh online catalogue: Margaret Macdonald. [online]. Available from: http://www.huntsearch.gla.ac.uk/cgi-bin/foxweb/huntsearch_Mackintosh/summaryresults.fwx?searchterm=manufac+has+margaret+macdonald&browseMode=on&browseSet=Margaret+Macdonald [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  4. Panther, P. (2011) Margaret Macdonald: the talented other half of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. BBC Scotland. 10 January 2011. [online]. Available from: http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/arts/margaret_macdonald_the_talented_other_half_of_charles_rennie_mackintosh.shtml [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  5. Anon. [n.d.] Charles Rennie and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh. [online]. Available from: http://www.glitzqueen.com/art/mackintoshes.html [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  6. Macdonald Mackintosh, M. (1911) The mysterious garden. [watercolour and ink over pencil on vellum, laid on board]. 45.1 x 47.7cm National galleries Scotland. [online]. Available from:https://www.nationalgalleries.org/collection/artists-a-z/m/artist/margaret-macdonald-mackintosh/object/the-mysterious-garden-gma-5156 [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  7. Macdonald Mackintosh, M. (c. 1915-23) Textile design:circles, lines, checks and dots : chiffon voile.  [pencil, watercolour and gouache on brown tracing paper laid on cream paper] 25.1 x 20cm (drawing). Huntarian museum and art gallery, Glasgow. [online]. Available from: http://www.huntsearch.gla.ac.uk/cgi-bin/foxweb/huntsearch_Mackintosh/DetailedResults.fwx?SearchTerm=41469&reqMethod=Link [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  8. Macdonald Mackintosh, M. [n.d.] Textile design: wave pattern: voile.  [pencil and watercolour on brown tracing paper laid on cream paper] 18 x 20.5cm (drawing). Huntarian museum and art gallery, Glasgow. [online]. Available from: http://www.huntsearch.gla.ac.uk/cgi-bin/foxweb/huntsearch_Mackintosh/DetailedResults.fwx?SearchTerm=41466&reqMethod=Link [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  9. Macdonald Mackintosh, M. (c.1920) Textile design: wave pattern: voile.  [pencil and watercolour on brown tracing paper laid on cream paper] 16 x 25.2cm (drawing). Huntarian museum and art gallery, Glasgow. [online]. Available from: http://www.huntsearch.gla.ac.uk/cgi-bin/foxweb/huntsearch_Mackintosh/DetailedResults.fwx?SearchTerm=41465&reqMethod=Link [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  10. Macdonald Mackintosh, M. (c.1898) Textile design: vanity design.  [pencil on tracing linen] circular with centre cut-out. Diameter 26cm. Huntarian museum and art gallery, Glasgow. [online]. Available from: http://www.huntsearch.gla.ac.uk/cgi-bin/foxweb/huntsearch_Mackintosh/DetailedResults.fwx?SearchTerm=41055&reqMethod=Link [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  11. Macdonald Mackintosh, M. (c.1920) The white rose and the red rose. [painted gesso over hessian with glass beads] 97.8 x 100.3cm. [online image]. Private collection. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/463059/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Margaret+Macdonald+Mackintosh%22%7D%7D [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  12. Macdonald Mackintosh, M. (c. 1902)  The opera of the wind. [inlaid gesso panel]. [online image]. Private collection. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/71067/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Margaret+Macdonald+Mackintosh%22%7D%7D [Accessed 16 May 2016]
 Leon Bakst
 
  1. Victoria and Albert museum [n.d.] Biography of Leon Bakst. [online]. Available from: http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/b/biography-of-leon-bakst/ [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  2. National Gallery of Australia, Ballet Russes: the art of costume [n.d.] Designers: Leon Bakst. [online]. Available from: http://nga.gov.au/exhibition/balletsrusses/Default.cfm?mystartrow=1&realstartrow=1&MnuID=4&GALID=19455&viewID=3 [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  3. Victoria and Albert museum [n.d.] Diaghilev and the Ballet Russes. [online]. Available from: http://www.vam.ac.uk/articles/diaghilev-and-the-ballets-russes [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  4. Kuiper, K. (2016) Leon Bakst: Russian artist. [online]. Britannica. Available from: http://www.britannica.com/biography/Leon-Bakst [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  5. Bridgeman education [n.d.] Leon Bakst: Images. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/search.print?filter_text=Leon+Bakst&page=2 [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  6. Bakst, L. (1921) Costume design for the ballet “Daphnis et Chloe” by Ravel. [watercolour on paper]. Private collection. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/1074033/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Leon+Bakst%22%2C%22page%22%3A%221%22%7D%7D  [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  7. Bakst, L. [n.d.] Costume design for a dancer from “Suite Arabe”. [pencil and gouache on paper]. 33.2 x 24cm. Private collection. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/400921/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Leon+Bakst%22%2C%22page%22%3A%222%22%7D%7D [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  8. Bakst, L. (1921) Scenery design for “The Blooming of the lilac” from Sleeping Beauty. [Colour lithograph] Private collection. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/133678/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Leon%20Bakst%22%2C%22page%22%3A%222%22%7D%7D [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  9. Bakst, L. [n.d.] A Eunuch from the ballet “Scheherazade” by Rimsky-Korsakov. Private collection. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/10583/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Leon+Bakst%22%2C%22page%22%3A%222%22%7D%7D [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  10. Bakst, L. (1921) Costume design for the Fairy Cherry’s pageboy from Sleeping Beauty. Private collection. [colour lithograph] [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/133699/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Leon%20Bakst%22%2C%22page%22%3A%222%22%7D%7D [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  11. Bakst, L. (1910-30s) Costume for Shah Shahriar. [Coat: silk velvet and appliqué, lame, metallic braid, painted wooden beads rayon satin; trousers: rayon satin; hat: silk velvet rayon, glass and metal imitation jewels]. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra [online]. Available from: http://nga.gov.au/exhibition/balletsrusses/Default.cfm?IRN=107102&BioArtistIRN=19455&mystartrow=13&realstartrow=13&MnuID=4&GALID=19455&viewID=3&DTLVIEW=TRUE [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  12. Bakst, L. (c. 1910) Costume for chief Eunuch. [Trousers: silk, silk appliqué, cotton; jacket: silk, metallic braid, rayon, cotton; cummerbund: rayon, silk, cotton, metallic paint; over skirt: silk appliqué, acetate, metallic braid, paint, cotton; hat: rayon, silk, metallic braid and ornament – feathers, imitation jewels, cotton wadding, cork, cane, newspaper; keys: wood, metallic and other]. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra [online]. Available from: http://nga.gov.au/exhibition/balletsrusses/Default.cfm?IRN=202245&BioArtistIRN=19455&mystartrow=13&realstartrow=13&MnuID=4&GALID=19455&viewID=3&DTLVIEW=TRUE [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  13. Bakst, L. (1916) Set design for “Scheherazade” by Rimsky-Korsakov. [Watercolour on paper].  Muse des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/32417/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Leon+Bakst%22%2C%22page%22%3A%222%22%7D%7D [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  14. Bakst, L. (c. 1912) Costume for a brigand. Tin up, breeches and belt. [wool, cotton, metal fasteners]. Tunic centre back length 96.5cm (h). National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. [online]. Available from: http://nga.gov.au/exhibition/balletsrusses/Default.cfm?IRN=107473&BioArtistIRN=19455&mystartrow=49&realstartrow=49&MnuID=4&GALID=19455&viewID=3&DTLVIEW=TRUE [Accessed 16 May 2016]
Ethel Mairet
  1. University of Brighton, Arts and humanities [n.d.] Ethel Mariet (1872-1952). [online] Available from: http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/faculty-of-arts-brighton/alumni-and-associates/associates-and-alumni/fashion-and-textiles/mairet,-ethel-1872-1952# [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  2. Archives hub [n.d.] Ditchling: A craft community. [online] Available from:  http://archiveshub.ac.uk/features/ditchlingcraftcommunity/ [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  3. VADs (the visual arts data service) [n.d.] Biographical profiles: Ethel Mairet RDI [online]. Available from: http://vads.ac.uk/learning/learndex.php?theme_id=csctex&theme_record_id=csctexmairet&mtri=csctexbios [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  4. Ditchling museum of art and craft. (2015) Events and exhibitions leaflet – April – September 2015.
  5. Coatts, M. (1983) A weaver’s life – Ethel Mairet 1872-1952. London. The crafts council.
  6. Robertson, K. (2005) Resistance and submission, warp and weft: Unravelling the life of Ethel Mairet.Textile, volume 3, issue 3 p.292-317 [online], Berg. Available from: http://s3.amazonaws.com/document.issuu.com/091112114445-605c57c48a084ae6935f8028a936b4bf/original.file?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJY7E3JMLFKPAGP7A&Expires=1462794322&Signature=hYH6BBpHN97nTLvBZtdL%2BRvrV18%3D [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  7. Mairet, E. (1920-25)  Two handwoven textile samples. [Hand-spun, vegetable-dyed wool]. Crafts Study Centre. [online]. VADs (the visual arts data service) [n.d.]  Available from:http://www.vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=60574&sos=1 [Accessed 16 May 2016]
 
Anni Albers
  1. The Josef and Anni Albers foundation [n.d.] Biographies. [online]. Available from: http://www.albersfoundation.org/artists/biographies/ [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  2. Bahr, G. (2015) Bauhaus face: Anni Albers. [online]. Available from: http://bauhaus-online.de/en/magazin/artikel/bauhaus-face-anni-albers [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  3.  Albers, A. (1982) Material as a metaphor. [lecture transcript]. College Art Association annual general meeting 1982. [online]. Available from: http://albersfoundation.org/teaching/anni-albers/lectures/#tab5 [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  4. Albers, A. (c. 1958) Designing as a visual organisation. [Audio clip]. Lecture At Yale university. [online]. Available from: http://albersfoundation.org/teaching/anni-albers/lectures/#tab1 [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  5. Albers, A. (1963) On weaving. [lecture transcript]. New Haven. [online]. Available from: http://albersfoundation.org/teaching/anni-albers/lectures/#tab3 [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  6. Stadler, M. and Aloni, Y. [n.d.] Five choirs. [online]. Available from: http://bauhaus-online.de/en/atlas/werke/five-choirs [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  7. Albers, A. (1926) Wall hanging. [Textile]. 178.8 x 117.8cm Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University of the arts museum. USA. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/2967760/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Anni+Albers%22%7D%7D [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  8. Albers, A. (1930) ‘Tablecloth material’ [mercerised cotton]. 59.3 x 72.4cm. Collection of the Museum of Modern Art. New York. USA. [photograph] In: Anni Albers. Webber, N. and Asbaghi, P. New York. The Solomon R. Guggenheim foundation. p.19. 
  9. Albers, A. (1952) ‘Development in rose I’ [cotton and hemp]. 57 x 43.8cm. Collection of The Josef and Anni Albers foundation, Bethany. [photograph] In: Anni Albers. Webber, N. and Asbaghi, P. New York. The Solomon R. Guggenheim foundation. p.47. 
  10. Albers, A. (1954) ‘Red meander’ [linen and cotton]. 60 x 50cm. Collection of Ruth Agoos Villalovos. [photograph] In: Anni Albers. Webber, N. and Asbaghi, P. New York. The Solomon R. Guggenheim foundation. p.50.
  11. Albers, A. (1958) ‘Pasture’ [mercerised cotton]. 35.6 x 39.4cm. Collection of the Metropolitain Museum of Art, New York, USA. [photograph] In: Anni Albers. Webber, N. and Asbaghi, P. New York. The Solomon R. Guggenheim foundation. p.55. 
 
Lucienne Day
 
  1. Day, L. (1951) Olive Calyx. [Screen printed on linen]. Heal fabrics. Collection of Jill A. Wiltshire and H. Kick Brown III. [online] Available from: http://pallant.org.uk/exhibitions/past-exhibitions/2011/main-galleries/robin-and-lucienne-day/robin-and-lucienne-day [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  2. Pallant House Gallery [n.d] Lucienne Day (1917-2010). [online]. Available from: http://pallant.org.uk/exhibitions/past-exhibitions/2011/main-galleries/robin-and-lucienne-day/robin-and-lucienne-day/lucienne-day [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  3. Shelby, S. [n.d.] Days of our lives. [online]. Taken from issue 23 of the Pallant House Gallery Magazine. Available from: http://pallant.org.uk/exhibitions/past-exhibitions/2011/main-galleries/robin-and-lucienne-day/robin-and-lucienne-day/curators-introduction [Accessed 7 May 2016]
  4. Pallant House Gallery (2010) Press release: Robin and Lucinenne Day: design and the modern interior. [online] available from :http://pallant.org.uk/docs/final_robin_and_lucienne_day_image_sheet_0.pdf. [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  5. MacCarthy, F. (2010) Lucinenne Day: obituary. The Guardian. 3 February 2010. [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2010/feb/03/lucienne-day-obituary [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  6. Classic textiles [n.d.] Lucienne Day. [online]. Available from: http://www.classictextiles.com/lucienne-day/ [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  7. Lucienne Day (1993) ‘Calyx, 1951’ [photograph] In: Lucienne Day: A career in design by Jennifer Harris. Manchester. The Whitworth Art Gallery. p.21
  8. Lucienne Day (1993) ‘Flotilla, 1952’ [photograph] In: Lucienne Day: A career in design by Jennifer Harris. Manchester. The Whitworth Art Gallery. p.24
  9. Harris, J. (1993) In partnership with Heal’s 1950-74. In: Lucienne Day: A career in design, Jennifer Harris. Manchester. The Whitworth Art Gallery.
  10. Lucienne Day (1993) ‘High Noon, 1965’ [photograph] In: Lucienne Day: A career in design by Jennifer Harris. Manchester. The Whitworth Art Gallery. p.56
  11. Lucienne Day (1993) ‘Chevron, 1968’ [photograph] In: Lucienne Day: A career in design by Jennifer Harris. Manchester. The Whitworth Art Gallery. p.58
  12. Lucienne Day (1993) ‘Sad Lady, 1983’ [photograph] In: Lucienne Day: A career in design by Jennifer Harris. Manchester. The Whitworth Art Gallery. p.61
  13. Harris, J. (1993) A new departure. In: Lucienne Day: A career in design, Jennifer Harris. Manchester. The Whitworth Art Gallery.
 
Magdalena Abakanowicz
 
  1. National Museum of women in the arts [n.d.] Magdalena Abakanowicz. [online]. Available from: http://nmwa.org/explore/artist-profiles/magdalena-abakanowicz [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  2. Dempsey, A. (2010) Styles, schools and movements: the essential encyclopaedic guide to modern art. London. Thames and Hudson.
  3. Anon [n.d.] About Maddalena Abakanowicz. [online]. Available from: http://www.abakanowicz.art.pl/about/-about.php.html [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  4. Anon [n.d.] Selected one-person exhibitions. [online]. Available from: http://www.abakanowicz.art.pl/about/one-person.php.html [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  5. Anon [n.d.] Selected group exhibitions and biennials. [online]. Available from: http://www.abakanowicz.art.pl/about/group.php.html  [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  6. Canal de Quedear [n.d.] Magdalene Abakanowicz. [Video clip]. YouTube. [online]. Available from:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TpDTJ6EYh6c [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  7. Cotton, G. (2012) The Lausanne International Tapeatry Biennials (1962-1995): The pivotal role of a Swiss city in the “New Tapestry” movement of Eastern Europe after World War II. Paper 670. Textile Society of America symposium proceedings. [online]. Available from:http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1669&context=tsaconf [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  8. The Hess Collection [n.d.] Magdalena Abakanowicz. [online]. Available from: http://www.hesscollection.com/art/featured-artists/magdalena-abakanowicz/ [Accesed 17 May 2016]
  9. Tate [n.d.] Magdalena Abakanowicz: Embryology. [online]. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/display/magdalena-abakanowicz [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  10. The Met museum [n.d.] Androgyne III. [online]. Available from: http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/484422 [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  11. Marlborough Gallery inc. (1989) Magdalena Abakanowicz – Recent work. London. Marlborough fine art. 
  12. Abakanowicz, M. (1976-80) Backs. [burlap and resin]. Each object 660 x 580 x 680mm. Collection of The Tate. [online]. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/abakanowicz-backs-t12981 [Accessed 17 May 2016]
 
Zandra Rhodes
 
  1. Anon [n.d.] Zandra Rhodes, biography. [online]. Available from: http://www.zandrarhodes.com/about [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  2. UCA and Zandra Rhodes studio [n.d.] The Zandra Rhodes digital study collection. [online]. Available from: http://www.zandrarhodes.ucreative.ac.uk/p/welcome.html [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  3. UCA and Zandra Rhodes studio [n.d.] Ask Zandra. [Video clips]. [online]. http://www.zandrarhodes.ucreative.ac.uk/2013/02/zandras-first-collection.html [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  4. Clash music magazine (2013) Zandra Rhodes: unseen. [online]. Available from: http://www.clashmusic.com/fashion/zandra-rhodes-unseen [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  5. London fashion week (2016) Zandra Rhodes. [online]. Available from: http://www.londonfashionweek.co.uk/designers_profile.aspx?designerID=311 [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  6. Vogue (2015) Spring/summer 2016 ready-to-wear. Zandra Rhodes. [online]. Available from: http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/spring-summer-2016/ready-to-wear/zandra-rhodes [Accessed 18 May 2016] 
  7. Zandra Rhodes digital study collection project (2012) Zandra Rhodes at the Metropolitan museum of art. Punk – chaos to couture. [online]. Available from: https://zandrarhodesarchive.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/zandra-rhodes-at-the-metropolitan-museum-of-art/ [Accessed 18 May 2016]
 
Judy Chicago
 
  1. Chicago, J. (1974-79) The Dinner Party. [mixed media: ceramic, porcelain, tile] [online image] Location: Brooklyn museum, Brooklyn, New York. Available from: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/dinner_party/place_settings/emily_dickinson [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  2. Judy Chicago (2015) Biography. [online]. Available from: http://www.judychicago.com/about/biography/ [Accessed 26 April 2016]
  3. Anon (2016) Questionaire: Judy Chicago. [online]. In Frieze Magazine no. 176, January-Fenruary 2016. Available from: https://www.frieze.com/article/questionnaire-judy-chicago [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  4. Wikipedia [n.d.] Judy Chicago. [online]. Available from: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judy_Chicago [Accessed 21 April 2016]
  5. Cooke, R. (2012) The art of Judy Chicago. [online]. In: The Guardian. 4 November 2012. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2012/nov/04/judy-chicago-art-feminism-britain [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  6. Meyer, L. (1996) From fetish to feminism: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in California art history. In: Sexual politics: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in feminist art history. Los Angeles: University of California press. 
  7. Brooklyn museum [n.d.] Educator packet for the Elizabeth A. Suckler center for feminist art. The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago. [online]. Available from: http://s3.amazonaws.com/brooklynmuseum.org-public/education/docs/Dinner_Party_Edu_resources.pdf [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  8. Mahler, R. (1990) The battle of Chicago: Art: Feminist artist Judy Chicago fire back at critics who call her ‘Dinner Party’ obscene and withdraws her gift of it to a university. [online]. In: Los Angeles Times, 12 October 1990. Available from: http://s3.amazonaws.com/brooklynmuseum.org-public/education/docs/Dinner_Party_Edu_resources.pdf [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  9. Meyer, L. and Wilding, F. (2010) Collaboration and conflict in the Fresno Feminist Art Program: An experiment in feminist pedagogy. In: n.paradoxa feminist art journal. Vol. 26, July 2010. Available from: http://www.ktpress.co.uk/pdf/vol26_npara_40-51_Laura-Meyer_Faith-Wilding.pdf [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  10. Chicago, J. (1960-70) Pasadena lifesavers, yellow series, #2 [sprayed acrylic lacquer of acrylic] [Online image]. Available from: http://www.judychicago.com/gallery/early-workminimal/ew-artwork/#10  [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  11. Chicago, J. (1974) A butterfly for Oakland – a pyrotechnic display of fireworks, road flares and magnesium flares. [photographs] Collection of Oakland Museum of California, USA. In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.32
  12. Chicago, J. (1968) Domes #1 [Sprayed acrylic lacquer inside successive clear acrylic domes] Base 76 x 76cm each dome 12.5 x 25cm. Collection of the artist. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.22
  13. Chicago, J. (1975) Detail from: How does it feel to stretch as far as you can? From: Six Views from the Womantree. [China paint n porcelain] 41 x 36cm. Collection of the artist. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.53
  14. Chicago, J. (1974-79) The Dinner Party [mixed media: ceramic, porcelain, tile] Location: Brooklyn museum, Brooklyn, New York. Available from:  http://www.judychicago.com/gallery/the-dinner-party/dp-artwork/#7 [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  15. Chicago, J. (1979) Eleanor of Aquitaine place setting. From: The Dinner party. [Mixed media]. Collection the dinner party trust. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.73
  16. Chicago, J. (1979) “Emily Dickinson” plate. From: The Dinner party. [China plate on porcelain]. 36cm diameter. Collection the dinner party trust. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.74
  17. Chicago, J. (1979) Detail from: “Natalie Barney” plate. From: The Dinner party. [China plate on porcelain]. 36cm diameter. Collection the dinner party trust. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.79
  18. Lucie-Smith, E. (2000) Judy Chicago – An American vision. Chapter 5 – The Birth Project (introduction). New York. Watson-Guptill publications.
  19. Chicago, J. (1982) Birth tear. [Embroidery on silk] [Online image] Available from:http://www.judychicago.com/gallery/birth-project/bp-artwork/#1 [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  20. Chicago, J. (1984) The Crowning. From: “The Birth Project”. [Needlepoint by Fran Yablonsky]. 1.55 x 1m. Collection Albuquerque museum, New Mexico. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.99
  21. Lucie-Smith, E. (2000) Judy Chicago – An American vision. Chapter 6 – Powerplay (introduction). New York. Watson-Guptill publications.
  22. Chicago, J. (1983) Pissing on nature. From: “Powerplay”. [Sprayed acrylic and oil on Belgian linen]. 2.74 x 1.82m. Collection of the artist. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.99
  23. Lucie-Smith, E. (2000) Judy Chicago – An American vision. Chapter 7 – The Holocaust Project (introduction). New York. Watson-Guptill publications.
  24. Chicago, J. (1993) Detail from “The Fall”. From: “The Holocaust Project”. [Modified Aubusson tapestry woven by Audrey Cowan from Judy Chicago’s full scale cartoon]. 1.37 x 5.5m. Collection of the artist. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.118.
  25. Lucie-Smith, E. (2000) Judy Chicago – An American vision. Chapter 10 – Resolutions: a stitch in time. (introduction). New York. Watson-Guptill publications.
  26. Chicago, J. (1999) Live and let live. From: “Resolutions: a stitch in time”. [beading and needlework by Lisa Maue]. 51 x 61cm. Collection of the artists. [photograph] In: Judy Chicago – An American vision, Lucie-Smith, E. New York. Watson-Guptill publications. p.180.
 
Isset Miyake
 
  1. The Miyake Issey foundation [n.d.] The concepts and work of Issey Miyake. [online]. Available from: http://mds.isseymiyake.com/im/en/work/ [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  2. O’Flaherty, M. (2014) Issey Miyake. [online]. 1 February 2014. In: The Financial Times. Available from: http://www.iconeye.com/design/features/item/9250-profile-issey-miyake [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  3. Profile: Issey Miyake. [online]. Available from: http://www.iconeye.com/design/features/item/9250-profile-issey-miyake [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  4. Blanks, T. (2014) Vogue Spring 2015 ready-to-wear collection. Issey Miyake. [online]. Available from: http://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/spring-2015-ready-to-wear/issey-miyake [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  5. Miyake, I. (1994) Woman’s flying saucer dress. Spring-summer 1994 [Heat-set polyester, plain weave] Philadelphia museum of art, Pennsylvania. USA [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/451015/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Issey+Miyake%22%7D%7D [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  6. Miyake, I. (1989) ‘Origami pleats’ pants and jacket. [polyester and cotton] The Israel museum, Jerusalem. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/282417/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Issey+Miyake%22%7D%7D [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  7. Miyake, I. (1999) Handbag. [silk] 48.3 x 38.6cm Museum of fine arts, Houston, Texas, USA. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/1271440/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Issey+Miyake%22%7D%7D [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  8. Miyake, I. (1990s) Coat. [cotton] Indianapolis museum of art, USA [online]. Available from:https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/484478/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Issey+Miyake%22%7D%7D [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  9. Miyake, I. (1998) Dress. [Silk, nylon and polyester]. Indianapolis museum of art, USA. [online]. Available from: https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/485496/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Issey+Miyake%22%7D%7D [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  10. MoMA [n.d.] A-POC Queen textile. Issey Miyake. [online]. Available from: http://www.moma.org/collection/works/100361?locale=en [Accessed 24 May 2016]
 
Tracey Emin
 
  1. Emin, T. (2004) Hate and power can be a terrible thing. [Textiles] Collection of The Tate, London. 2700 x 2060 x 3mm. [online]. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/emin-hate-and-power-can-be-a-terrible-thing-t11891 [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  2. White cube [n.d.] Artists: Tracey Emin. [online]. Available from: http://whitecube.com/artists/tracey_emin/ [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  3. Tate [n.d.] Young British Artists (YBAs). [online]. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/learn/online-resources/glossary/y/young-british-artists [Accessed 19 May 2016]
  4. Royal Academy [n.d.] Tracey Emin RA. [online]. Available from: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/artist/tracey-emin-ra [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  5. Manchester, E. (2009) Tracey Emin: Hate and power are a terrible thing 2004. [online]. The Tate. October 2009. Available from:http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/emin-hate-and-power-can-be-a-terrible-thing-t11891/text-summary [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  6. Fenwick, R. (2011) Tracey Emin: Love is what you want. [online]. 1 June 2011. Open College of the Arts. Available from: http://weareoca.com/fine-art/tracey-emin-love-is-what-you-want/ [Accessed 19 May 2016]
  7. Sky Arts (2013) Tracey Emin in confidence. YouTube: Available from: https://youtu.be/vSNXVjU_Tdo [Accessed 19 May 2016]
  8. Emin, T. (2012) London tube map. June 2012.
  9.  Cumming, L. (2011) Tracey Emin: Love is what you want – review. In: The Guardian. 22 May 2011 [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2011/may/22/tracey-emin-love-hayward-review [Accessed 19 May 2016]
  10. Turner contemporary (2012) She lay down beneath the sea: Tracey Emin at Turner Contemporary. Background resource for teachers, school staff and educators. [online]. Available from: https://www.turnercontemporary.org/media/documents/Tracey-Emin-at-TC-Schools-Resource-FINAL.pdf [Accessed 19 May 2016]
  11. Miller, M. (2012) Embroidery and the F-word. In: Hand stitch perspectives, Alice Kettle and Jane McKeating. London: Bloomsbury. pp.129.
  12. Hurlstone, N. (2012) Speaking up for silence. In: Hand stitch perspectives, Alice Kettle and Jane McKeating. London: Bloomsbury. pp.151-153.
 
Project 1, stage 2
 
Blog comments on the essay-writing process:
 
  1. Pointon, M (2014) History of Art. A student handbook. 5th Edition. London and New York. Rutledge.
  2. Brooklyn museum [n.d.] “The Dinner Party”: Tour and home. [online]. Available from: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/dinner_party/tour_and_home/ [Accessed 30 May 2016
  3. Jones, A. (2006) Aethetics and sexual politics: Arts sexual politics. In: Mobile fidelities. Pachmanova, M. n.paradoxa online issue no. 19 pp.53 [online]. Available from: http://www.ktpress.co.uk/pdf/nparadoxaissue19_Martina-Pachmanova_53-64.pdf [Accessed 30 May 2016]
 
 
Judy Chicago essay:
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  4. Chicago, J. (2006) Through the flower: my struggle as a woman artist. 2nd ed. Lincoln, New England: Doubleday & Company.
  5. Jones, A. (1996) Sexual politics: Feminist strategies, feminist conflicts, feminist histories. In: Sexual politics: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in feminist art history. Los Angeles: University of California press. 
  6. Jones, A. (1996) The “sexual politics” of The Dinner Party: a critical context. In: Sexual politics: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in feminist art history. Los Angeles: University of California press. 
  7. Meyer, L. (1996) From fetish to feminism: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in California art history. In: Sexual politics: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in feminist art history. Los Angeles: University of California press. 
  8. Ace, J, Barnett, E., Crowe, N, Fortenberry, D., Fulerton, E., Kjellman-Chapin, M., Klein, J., Luckett, H., Melick, T., Morrill, R., New, J., Shane, R., Street, B. And Trigg, D. (2015) Body of art. London: Phaidon press.
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  12. Chicago, J. (1974-79) The Dinner Party [mixed media: ceramic, porcelain, tile] [online image] Location: Brooklyn museum, Brooklyn, New York. Available from: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/dinner_party/place_settings/virginia_woolf [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  13. Chicago, J. (1974-79) The Dinner Party [mixed media: ceramic, porcelain, tile] [online image] Location: Brooklyn museum, Brooklyn, New York. Available from: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/dinner_party/place_settings/primordial_goddess [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  14. Chicago, J. (1974-79) The Dinner Party [mixed media: ceramic, porcelain, tile] [online image] Location: Brooklyn museum, Brooklyn, New York. Available from: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/dinner_party/place_settings/emily_dickinson [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  15. Chicago, J. (1960-70) Pasadena lifesavers, yellow series, #2 [sprayed acrylic lacquer of acrylic] [Online image]. Available from: http://www.judychicago.com/gallery/early-workminimal/ew-artwork/#10  [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  16. Chicago, J. (1968) Domes #1 [Sprayed acrylic lacquer inside successive clear acrylic domes] In: Lucie-Smith, E. (2000) Judy Chicago: An American vision. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications inc.
  17. Chicago, J. (1973) Mme. De Stael from Reincarnation Tryptich [sprayed acrylic on canvass] [Online image]. Available from: http://www.judychicago.com/gallery/early-feminist/ef-artwork/#7   [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  18. Chicago, J. (1973) Transformation painting: great ladies transforming themselves into butterflies [prismacolour on paper] In: Lucie-Smith, E. (2000) Judy Chicago: An American vision. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications inc
  19. Chicago, J. (1974) Female rejection drawing #3 (peeling back) from Rejection Quintet [offset lithography on rag paper] [Online image]. Available from: http://www.judychicago.com/gallery/early-feminist/ef-artwork/#17 [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  20. O’Keeffe, G. (1926) Black Iris III. [Oil on canvass] In: Lucie-Smith, E. (2000) Judy Chicago: An American vision. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications inc
  21. Chicago, J. (1982) Birth tear. [Embroidery on silk] [Online image] Available from:http://www.judychicago.com/gallery/birth-project/bp-artwork/#1 [Accessed 28 April 2016]
  22. Chicago, J. (1983) Birth trinity. [Needlework on 6″ mesh canvess] [Online image] Available from: http://www.judychicago.com/gallery/birth-project/bp-artwork/#0 [Accessed 28 April 2016]
 
Project 1, stage 3
 
Blog comments on the the research process: 
  1. Pointon, M (2014) History of Art. A student handbook. 5th Edition. London and New York. Routledge.
Lucienne Day
 
  1. Day, L. (1951) Olive Calyx. [Screen printed on linen]. Heal fabrics. Collection of Jill A. Wiltshire and H. Kick Brown III. [online] Available from: http://pallant.org.uk/exhibitions/past-exhibitions/2011/main-galleries/robin-and-lucienne-day/robin-and-lucienne-day [Accessed 17 May 2016]
  2. Pallant House Gallery [n.d.] Robin and Lucienne Day: Design and the modern interior. 26 March – 26 June 2011. [online]. Available from: http://pallant.org.uk/exhibitions/past-exhibitions/2011/main-galleries/robin-and-lucienne-day/robin-and-lucienne-day [Accessed 21 May 2016]
  3. V&A [n.d.] Archives – Calyx: Brown colourway. [online]. Available from: http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O85226/calyx-furnishing-fabric-day-lucienne/ [Accessed 21 May 2016]
  4. Harris, J. (1993) Lucienne Day: A career in design. Manchester. The Whitworth Art Gallery.
  5. Shelby, S. [n.d.] Days of our lives. [online]. Taken from issue 23 of the Pallant House Gallery Magazine. Available from: http://pallant.org.uk/exhibitions/past-exhibitions/2011/main-galleries/robin-and-lucienne-day/robin-and-lucienne-day/curators-introduction [Accessed 7 May 2016]
Tracey Emin
 
  1. Emin, T. (1993) Hotel International. [Fabric: appliqué quilt]. 257 x 240cm. [online]. Available from: https://www.nationalgalleries.org/whatson/exhibitions/tracey-emin/highlights-5435 [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  2. Sky Arts (2013) Tracey Emin in confidence. YouTube: Available from: https://youtu.be/vSNXVjU_Tdo [Accessed 19 May 2016]
  3. Manchester, E. (2009) Tracey Emin: Hate and power are a terrible thing 2004. [online]. The Tate. October 2009. Available from:http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/emin-hate-and-power-can-be-a-terrible-thing-t11891/text-summary [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  4. National Galleries Scotland (2008) Tracey Emin: 20 years. [online]. Available from: https://www.nationalgalleries.org/whatson/exhibitions/tracey-emin/highlights-5435 [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  5. Hurlstone, N. (2012) Speaking up for silence. In: Hand stitch perspectives, Alice Kettle and Jane McKeating. London: Bloomsbury. pp.151-153.
  6. Tate [n.d.] Young British Artists (YBAs). [online]. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/learn/online-resources/glossary/y/young-british-artists [Accessed 19 May 2016]
  7. Royal Academy [n.d.] Tracey Emin RA. [online]. Available from: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/artist/tracey-emin-ra [Accessed 18 May 2016]
  8. Barnes, D. (2011) Radical aesthetics. The myth of mad Tracey. In: Ceasefire Magazine. 20 August 2011. [online]. Available from: https://ceasefiremagazine.co.uk/radical-aesthetics-4/ [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  9. Jones, J. (2015) Tracey Emin is still the real thing and that’s why we love her. In:  The Guardian. 3 April 2015. [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/apr/03/tracey-emin-is-still-the-real-thing-and-thats-why-we-love-her [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  10. Cumming, L. (2011) Tracey Emin: Love is what you want – review. In: The Guardian. 22 May 2011 [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2011/may/22/tracey-emin-love-hayward-review [Accessed 19 May 2016]
 
 
Project 2, stage 1
 
Sheila Hicks
 
  1. Sheila Hicks, Biography [online]. Available from: http://www.sheilahicks.com/bio.html [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  2. Textile Society of America [n.d.] Sheila Hicks: Profile – Textile society of America fellows. [online]. Available from: https://textilesocietyofamerica.org/programs/fellows/sheila-hicks/ [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  3. Simon, J., Faxon, S. and Chadwick, W. (2010) Sheila Hicks: 50 years. New Haven, Connecticut Yale university press 
  4. Vienne, V. (2011) Sheila Hicks – The art of the yarn. Metropolis. June 2011. [online]. Available from: http://www.metropolismag.com/June-2011/SHEILA-HICKS-The-Art-of-the-Yarn/ [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  5. Camhi, L. (2011) A career woven from life. The New York Times. 31 March 2011. [online]. Available from: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/03/arts/design/sheila-hicks-50-years-retrospective-in-philadelphia.html [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  6. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. [n.d.] The artist project: Sheila Hicks on “The art of praise, a prayer book by Ethiopian scribe Baselyos”. [online]. Available from: http://artistproject.metmuseum.org/4/sheila-hicks/ [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  7. Progrebin, R. (2014) Tapestries from the ’60s woven anew – Sheila Hick’s tapestries hang again at Ford Foundation. The New York Times. 5 October 2014. [online]. Available from: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/06/arts/sheila-hickss-tapestries-to-again-hang-at-ford-foundation.html?_r=0 [Accessed 11 May 2016]
  8. Dessent, B. (2014) From Paris with love: Sheila Hicks’ Fiber art legacy. Fiber Art Now. 29 October 2014. [online]. Available from: http://fiberartnow.net/paris-love-sheila-hicks-fiber-art-legacy/#.VFEQ6OeI9GM [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  9. Galleries Frank Elbaz. Sheila Hicks [online]. P.11-14 (The treaty of chromatic zones). Available from: http://galeriefrankelbaz.com/media/pdf/HICKS.pdf [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  10. Anon. [n.d. ] Sheila Hicks – The treaty of Chromatic zones 2015. In: Shelia Hicks – Galeria Frank Elbaz. [online]. Available from: http://galeriefrankelbaz.com/media/pdf/HICKS.pdf [Accessed 11 May 2016]
  11. Joslyn Art Museum (2016) Upcoming temporary exhibitions: Sheila Hicks: Material voices. [online]. Available from: http://www.joslyn.org/collections-and-exhibitions/temporary-exhibitions/upcoming/details.aspx?ID=336 [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  12. Simon, J., Chadwick, W. and Faxon, S. (2011) Sheila Hicks: 50 years (Addison gallery of American art). New Haven Connecticut. Yale University Press.
  13. Danto, A. Simon, J. and Stritzler-Levine (Ed.) (2006) Sheila Hicks: Weaving as a metaphor. New Haven Connecticut. Yale University Press.
 
Judith Scott
 
  1. Anon. [n.d.] Biography: Judith Scott. [online]. Available from: http://judithandjoycescott.com/judith.shtml [Accessed 11 May 2016]
  2. Anon. [n.d.] Exhibitions: Judith Scott. [online]. Available from:  http://judithandjoycescott.com/exhibitions.shtml [Accessed 11 May 2016]
  3. Creative Growth [n.d.] Artists: Judith Scott. [online]. Available from: http://creativegrowth.org/artists/judith-scott/ [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  4. Anon. [n.d.] Textile artist Judith Scott: Uncovering innate talent. [online]. Available from: http://www.textileartist.org/textile-artist-judith-scott-uncovering-innate-talent/ [Accessed 11 May 2016]
  5. Smallwood, S. (2015) Outside in. New York Times Lifestyle magazine. 1 June 2015. [online]. Available from: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/01/t-magazine/outsider-art-essay-christine-smallwood.html?_r=0 [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  6. Brooklyn Museum (2014) Retrospective: Judith Scott – Bound and unbound. [online]. Available from: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/judith_scott/ [Accessed 11 May 2016]
 
Rozanne Hawksley
  
  1. Anon. [n.d.] About Rozanne. [online]. Available from: http://rozannehawksley.com/about-rozanne/ [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  2. Price, K. (2013) Rozanne Hawksley: The art of life and death. Walesonline. 29 March 2013 [online]. Available from: http://www.walesonline.co.uk/lifestyle/showbiz/rozanne-hawksley-art-life-death-2109531 [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  3. Schoeser, M. (2014) Chaos to calm. Crafts, Issue 248 May/June 2014. 2 May 2014. Crafts Council. [online] Available from: http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/articles/chaos-to-calm/ [Accessed 11 May 2016]
  4. Grimwade, T. [n.d.] Rozanne Hawksley – artist interview. [online] YouTube. Available from: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lB1wk5PdazU [Accessed 11 May 2016]
  5. Pitcher, J. [n.d.] Rozanne Hawksley interview: Intuitive and internal. Texetileartsist.org [online]. Available from: http://www.textileartist.org/intuitive-and-internal/ [Accessed 9 May 2016]
  6. Miller, M. (2010) Mixed messages: An exploration of issue-based work. In: Machine stitch perspectives. London. A & C Black. pp. 98-100
  7. Greenlees, K. (2006) Chapter 2 – Textile artists’ ways of seeing: different approaches. In: Creating Sketchbooks for embroiderers and textile artists. London. Batsford. pp. 56-58.
  8. Scott, J. (2003) Rozanne Hawksley. In: Textile perspectives in mixed-media sculpture. Marlborough. Crowfoot press Ltd. pp.136-138
  9. Schoeser, M. (2009) Rozanne Hawksley. Denbighshire, North Wales. Ruthin Craft Centre. 
Louise Bourgeois
 
 
  1. Tate [n.d.] Louise Bourgeois 1911-2010: Artist biography. [online]. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/louise-bourgeois-2351 [Accessed 14 May 2016]
  2. The art story [n.d.] Louise Bourgeois. [online]. Available from:  http://www.theartstory.org/artist-bourgeois-louise.htm [Accessed 14 May 2016]
  3. Wroe, N. (2013) At home with Louise Bourgeois. The Guardian. 18 October 2013. [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2013/oct/18/at-home-with-louise-bourgeois [accessed 16 May 2016]
  4. Hauser & Wirth (2010) Louise Bourgeois: The fabric works. [online] Available from: http://www.hauserwirth.com/exhibitions/743/louise-bourgeois-the-fabric-works/view/ [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  5. MoMA [n.d.] Louise Bourgeois – themes: fabric works. [online]. Available from: http://www.moma.org/explore/collection/lb/themes/fabric_works [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  6. Burley, I. (2015) Conversation between Rocha and the late artist’s right-hand, Jerry Gorovoy. Dazed magazine. [online]. Available from: http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/17160/1/exclusive-simone-rocha-vs-louise-bourgeois [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  7. Finch, N. (1994) Louise Bourgeois “No trespassing” (except). BBC. [online]. Available from: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=107VHAIQFRQ [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  8. Celant, G. (2010) Louise Bourgeois: The fabric works. Milan. Skira editore.  
  9. MoMA [n.d.] What’s on: Louise Bourgeois – room guide. [online]. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/exhibition/louise-bourgeois/room-guide/louise-bourgeois-room-7 [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  10. Coxon, A. (2010) Louise Bourgeois. London. Tate publishing.
 
Sonia Delaunay
 
  1. Tate (2015) Who is Sonia Delaunay? [online]. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/ey-exhibition-sonia-delaunay/delaunay-introduction [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  2. Singer, O. (2015) Sonia Delaunay’s fabric and feminism. [online]. Available from: http://www.anothermag.com/fashion-beauty/7273/sonia-delaunays-fabric-and-feminism [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  3. Nathan, E. (2011) Sonia Delaunay: Reaping what she sees. In: Artnet magazine [online]. Available from: http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/reviews/nathan/sonia-delaunay-cooper-hewitt3-24-11.asp [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  4. Seattle. A. (2015) Sonia Delaunay review – the woman who made colour dance gets a knockout show. In: The Guardian [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/apr/13/sonia-delaunay-tate-modern-london-review [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  5. Jamie, K. (2015) Sonia Delaunay: the avant-grade queen of loud, wearable art. In: The Guardian [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/mar/27/sonia-delaunay-avant-garde-queen-art-fashion-vibrant-tate-modern [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  6. Kelley, C. (2013) The first “simultaneous book” on display at MoMA. [online]. Available at: http://www.mhpbooks.com/the-first-simultaneous-book-on-display-at-moma/ [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  7. Spectacles Selection (c.1925) Sonia Delaunay – L’Elelegence. [online] YouTube. Available from: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wbVJqUuBJig [Accessed 12 May 2016]
  8. Michaelides, C. (2015) Sonia Delaunay and Tristan Tzara. In: The British Library, European studies blog. [online]. Available at: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/european/2015/04/sonia-delaunay-and-tristan-tzara.html [Accessed 12 May 2016] 
 
Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher
 
  1. Visual arts data service (Vads) [n.d] Learning index – Hand-blocked printed textiles: Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher [online]. Available from: http://www.vads.ac.uk/learning/learndex.php?theme_id=cscu3&theme_record_id=cscu3for&mtri=cscu3for [Accessed 13 May 2016]
  2. Clark, H. (1988) Printed textiles: Artist crafts women 1919-1939. Arts Textrina 10 (1988) pp. 53-70 [online]. Available from: http://l8lj4w45xq24rooa1c6upxke.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/files/2014/06/3.Printed-textiles.pdf. [Accessed 14 May 2016]
  3. Tanner, R. (1968) Barron and Larcher: A record of their hand-printed textiles. Volume 1 [online]. Available from: http://uca.onlineculture.co.uk/ttp_accessible/SpreadDetails.aspx?OrgID=35&LangID=1&o=1&BookID=69fc549d-b328-4792-ba77-9832ba757b52&params=2&Dcmi=False [Accessed 14 May 2016]
  4. Tanner, R. (1971) Barron and Larcher: A record of their hand-printed textiles. Volume 2 [online]. Available from: http://uca.onlineculture.co.uk/ttp_accessible/SpreadDetails.aspx?OrgID=35&LangID=1&o=1&BookID=c0e94f30-f35b-49c1-b887-43cdd8d86cbc&params=3&Dcmi=False [Accessed 14 May 2016]
  5. Elliot, B. (2006) Art Deco hybridity, interior design and sexuality between the Wars. Two double acts: Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher/Eyre de Lanux and Evelyn Wyld. In: Sapphic modernities: sexuality, women and national culture. Doan, L. and Garrity, J. (Eds) New York. Palgrave Macmillan
  6. Weir, J. (2008) Walking the block. Matlock, Derbyshire. Templar poetry.
 
 
Project 2, stage 2
 
Sheila Hicks 
  1. Hicks, S. (1984) The Principal Wife.  [Linen, rayon, acrylic yarns]. h:254 x w:203.2 x d:0.4cm [online]. Available from:  https://www.bridgemaneducation.com/en/asset/500444/summary?context=%7B%22route%22%3A%22assets_search%22%2C%22routeParameters%22%3A%7B%22_format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_locale%22%3A%22en%22%2C%22filter_text%22%3A%22Sheila%20hicks%22%7D%7D [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  2. Museum of Arts and Desigin [n.d.]  Sheila Hicks: The Principal Wife c. 1965. [online]. Available from: http://collections.madmuseum.org/code/emuseum.asp?emu_action=searchrequest&moduleid=1&profile=objects&currentrecord=1&style=single&rawsearch=id/,/is/,/521/,/false/,/true [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  3. Litt, S. (2011) Cleveland Museum of arts boosts it’s fiber content with Sheila Hicks acquisition: close up. [online]. 2 August 2011. Available from: http://www.cleveland.com/arts/index.ssf/2011/07/cleveland_museum_of_art_boosts.html [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  4. Danto, A. Simon, J. and Stritzler-Levine (Ed.) (2006) Sheila Hicks: Weaving as a metaphor. New Haven Connecticut. Yale University Press
Louise Bourgeois
  1. Bourgeois, L. (2003) The spiral woman. [fabric sculpture] In: Louise Bourgeois: The fabric works. Celant, G. (2010) Milan. Skira editore.  
  2. Farmer A. (2001) Louise Bourgeois: The spiral as a symbol. [online]. Available from: http://www.rtalison.com/PPP%20Spiral%20Talk.html [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  3. Morris, F. (2005) Louise Bourgeois: Stitches in time. College art association reviews. 14 March 2015. [online]. Available from: http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/722#.V0HDu9R4WrX [Accessed 22 May 2016]
  4. MoMA [n.d.] Louise Bourgeois – themes: fabric works. [online]. Available from: http://www.moma.org/explore/collection/lb/themes/fabric_works [Accessed 16 May 2016]
  5. Auther, E. (2008) Fiber art and the hierarchy of art and craft 1960-80. In: The textile reader. Hemings, J. (Ed.) 2012. pp.221. London. Berg.
  6. Celant, G. (2010) Louise Bourgeois: The fabric works. Milan. Skira editore.
  7. The art story [n.d.] Louise Bourgeois. [online]. Available from:  http://www.theartstory.org/artist-bourgeois-louise.htm [Accessed 14 May 2016
  8. Wroe, N. (2013) At home with Louise Bourgeois. The Guardian. 18 October 2013. [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2013/oct/18/at-home-with-louise-bourgeois [accessed 16 May 2016]
Sonia Delaunay
  1. Delaunay, S. (1911) Cradle cover. [fabric, patchwork]. In: Sonia Delaunay. London. Tate publishing.
  2. Seattle. A. (2015) Sonia Delaunay review – the woman who made colour dance gets a knockout show. In: The Guardian [online]. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/apr/13/sonia-delaunay-tate-modern-london-review [Accessed 12 May 2016
  3. The Tate (2015) The EY exhibition: Sonia Delaunay. [online],. Available from: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/ey-exhibition-sonia-delaunay [Accessed 22 May 2016]
 
Assignment 5 – Personal project
  1. Walsh, P. (2006) The yarn book: how to understand, design and use yarn. London. A&C Black publishers Ltd.
  2. Fisch, A. (1997) Textile techniques in metal. London. Robert Hale Ltd.
  3. Martineau, A. (2013) Spinning and dyeing yarn: The home spinner’s guide to creating traditional and art yarns. London. Jacqui Small (an imprint of Aurum Press).
  4. Thorne, D. (2009) Transparency in textiles. London. Batsford.
 
General sketchbook, drawing and studio work and background research

  1. Greenless, K. (2005) Sketchbooks for embroiderers and textile artists. Batsford. London.
  2. Niemeyer, O. (2003) Serpentine gallery pavilion 2003. Serpentine gallery publishers. London. 
  3. Maslen, M. and Southern, J. (2011) Drawing projects: An exploration of the language of drawing. Black Dog Publishing. London.
  4. Anon. “The curse of the MacCrimmons”: A history of Dupuytren’s contracture. The British Dupuytren’s society. Available from: http://dupuytrens-society.org.uk/stories/history.html. [Accessed 12 February 2016]
  5. Colchester, C. (2009) “Textiles today”: a global survey of trends and traditions” Thames and Hudson. London.
  6. “Gifts for the Gods, Animal mummies revealed”. Manchester Museum, 8 October 2015 – 17 April 2016. Available from: http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/whatson/exhibitions/giftsforthegods/
  7. Willian’s, A.R. (2009). “Animal mummies”. National Geographic, Nov 2009. Available from: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2009/11/animal-mummies/williams-text/1 [Accessed 25 February 2016]
  8. Riggs, C. (2014) “Unwrapping ancient Egypt“. Bloomsbury. London.


 
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