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A pillow with a pattern of three brown stripes and three blue stripes that alternate in a manner that suggests weaving. The stripes are printed on a light tan fabric.

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Ann Hamilton x FWM

Untitled (pillow)




Ann Hamilton's hand screenprinted motif is inspired by a drawing from an 18th-century weaving pattern book found in the Rare Books Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Untitled (pillow) evolved out of the artist’s 2016 exhibition Ann Hamilton: habitus and similarly explores the intersection between cloth and shared experiences. Produced entirely in-house at FWM’s Studio, the artist designed this pillow in two colorways.

Ann Hamilton, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Created on the occasion of FWM's 40th anniversary.

Ann Hamilton
Untitled (pillow), 2017
Hand screen-printed on natural linen
12 x 16 inches
Blue/brown and Blue/blue

Meet the Artist

Ann Hamilton

Ann Hamilton is a visual artist known for making large-scale and site-specific works that incorporate textiles and common materials to evoke a sense of place, time, and community. Her multiple collaborations with FWM have resulted in site-responsive installations, exhibitions, and editioned works.

About The Exhibition

A photograph of a vast warehouse with a series of draped white curtains suspended in the form of large cylinders.

Ann Hamilton: habitus

September 17, 2016–January 8, 2017

Cloth making—among the oldest forms of human cultural production—provides inspiration for Ann Hamilton’s multi-venue project. habitus weaves text, textile, and image together as mediums for an imaginative and tactile exchange between artist and audience.