Noren (暖簾) are Japanese fabric hanging dividers, used to gently define borders between rooms and spaces. By using vertical slits and keeping empty space below the fabric, the scene beyond is partially visible, encouraging passage.
These noren artworks ‘Desire Line 1′ and ‘Mountain Folds’ by Hannah Waldron are produced by LINK, and are hand dyed by the Nagata dyeing house in Izumo, Japan. Shigenobu and Masao Nagata — fourth and fifth generation father and son craftsmen are one of only a few remaining natural indigo dye houses in all of Japan.
Span I (Highline series) : 23 cm x 150 cm, cotton, silk, bamboo, wool, madder, indigo
Span II (Highline series) : 42 x 152 cm, cotton, silk, bamboo, wool, madder, indigo
Span III (Highline series) : 43 x 55 cm, linen, bamboo, silk, cotton, wool woad, madder,
Span IV (Highline series) : 38 x 94 cm, wool, bamboo, cotton, silk, linen, woad, madder
Span V (Highline series) : 38 x 82 cm, wool, silk, cotton, linen, indigo, madder
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The latest textile edition from Hannah Waldron is the Fabric of Space-Time collection, a series of home-wares intended to act as tactile models for ancient and modern understandings of space and time.
Produced in a limited edition using jacquard woven double-cloth fabric designed by Hannah and woven in Sweden, it has been carefully combined with fabric detailing that is hand-dyed and hand-woven by Hannah in her studio.