Tag Archives: identity

Sew your own

Trying out a few ideas now that I have a substantial number of signatures to play with. Always a nice challenge, exploring different compositions and permutations. The vast range of  signature cloths I have researched in museums come to mind … Continue reading

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Middleton Library

My afternoon was spent in Middleton, the area feels very village like. The Old Boars Head opposite the library dates back to the 1600’s and the church is perched on a hill behind. The wooden tower on the church is … Continue reading

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Darnhill

Yesterday I made my first visit to Darnhill near Heywood, my Greater Manchester A-Z proved its worth again. I know a sat nav would be a great help, but I do love pouring over maps. The places names tell you … Continue reading

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ready to go

We are just finalising the timetable for workshops to create a new signature cloth (a cloth made up predominantly of sewn signatures) representing Rochdale borough today. Getting together all the visuals  from a flyer to press release and pull down … Continue reading

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“signatures are..

“signatures are personal and physical inscriptions, symbolic and romantic gestures, but also visual signs that are still used today as “information” or “evidence” for verification of someone’s identity” (Shuruq Harb. 2010)

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