June, July and August 2016
Physically weaving to make cloth is very important to Suglio’s work. She uses its rich history of storytelling and metaphors as ways to create; she uses cloth making as a metaphor of making life. In Interlude, the weavings become constructed, fantastical spaces where the figures and places can only exist together; through woven structures, a place is made for those to meet again.
The process of weaving is the most important part of Suglio’s work. She is interested in the relationship between herself and the loom and its meditative qualities. Through passage of time and rhythm of repetition, this process brings a state of reverie that she seeks to emulate in her work. Through Interlude, she encourages the act of looking and the time taken to do so.