Acrylic Art Guards by Agata Olek

Says Agata: “I think crochet, the way I create it, is a metaphor for the complexity and interconnectedness of our body and its systems and psychology. The connections are stronger as one fabric as opposed to separate strands, but, if you cut one, the whole thing will fall apart.

Relationships are complex and greatly vary situation to situation. They are developmental journeys of growth, and transformation. Time passes, great distances are surpassed and the fabric which individuals are composed of compiles and unravels simultaneously.”

Agata Olek (Flickr) talks about her 100% Acrylic Art Guards public installation (wearable sculpture / performance art) during the annual Art Under the Bridge Festival in 2009:

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