One of the unique qualities of a weaving is how it lives simultaneously as both an image and an as object, as opposed to photography or screenprinting where the image sits on top of a surface, Matson explains: “A weaving is about constructing the image at the same time as constructing the substrate that holds it. And the backside is always a really complicated thing.”
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One of the unique qualities of a weaving is how it lives simultaneously as both an image and an as object, as opposed to photography or screenprinting where the image sits on top of a surface, Matson explains: “A weaving is about constructing the image at the same time as constructing the substrate that holds it. And the backside is always a really complicated thing.”