Developed in collaboration with artist Hannah C. Edelstein of Wax Flower Dye Works, each print begins with raw materials: the original textile and a selection of flowers in the season’s palette.
From Marigold and Coreopsis flowers to Osage Orange wood chips, these blooms are applied directly to the textile and steamed to infuse the fabric with the flowers' natural pigment.
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Drawing on both her Peruvian heritage and feminist theory, Sarah Zapata's fabric works employ traditional weaving techniques and examine issues of power, Queerness, and identity.