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My Work Is An Organic Process, I Don't Think Using Technology Would Allow That Freedom. Faye Hall interviewed by Klimt02

Interview  /  Artists
 
Published: 01.07.2020
Faye Hall. Brooch: Pieces 1 -4, 2019. Linoleum, wax, steel, plastic, woodash, flock, cork, rubber, sawdust, damar resin, cotton, nylon, propolis, plaster, leather, brass, stainless steel. 7 x 6 x 2 cm. Photo by: Faye Hall. Faye Hall
Brooch: Pieces 1 -4, 2019
Linoleum, wax, steel, plastic, woodash, flock, cork, rubber, sawdust, damar resin, cotton, nylon, propolis, plaster, leather, brass, stainless steel
7 x 6 x 2 cm
Photo by: Faye Hall
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Intro
I’m actually a little bit of a technophobe in terms of my personal artistic process! Whilst I think technological advances are incredible and making great changes to our lives, the environment and healthcare, within my practice I am very much hands on- everything I make is made my hand, from scratch. I love to hand cut, pierce, manipulate materials and to allow my pieces to evolve through a tactile approach. I love the slowness of stitching and filing.