Artist exhibition: Cat Wilson | Narooma
Where: Narooma Library, Field Street, Narooma
Cat Wilson’s exhibition Fassi Patterns features a series of handmade blueprint replicas of traditional Moroccan patterns found in the city of Fez. Wilson uses graphite pencil to create a negative, which is used to print a cyanotype image on fabric. Cyanotype is one of the oldest photographic printing processes invented in 1842.
Wilson is a Narooma-based artist who uses digital and alternative photography mediums. While living in Casablanca, Morocco from 2014 to 2017, she studied traditional Islamic design, learning how to draw traditional patterns by hand.
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Contact the library for more information:
- T: 4476 1164
- E: Narooma Library