Review: 'Elizabeth Duffy: Wearing' At The Arts Center At Duck Creek - 27 East

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Review: ‘Elizabeth Duffy: Wearing’ At The Arts Center At Duck Creek

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Elizabeth Duffy

Elizabeth Duffy "Wearing/6 Garments," 2021. Unbraided work rugs sewn into garments, rug remnants, 6 x 9 x 3 feet.

Installation view Elizabeth Duffy

Installation view Elizabeth Duffy "Wearing/Tent," 2020. Unbraided, pressed and sewn worn rugs, rug remnants, tent structure, 38 x 54 x 72 inches. ELIZABETH DUFFY

Elizabeth Duffy

Elizabeth Duffy "Wearing/Rose Window with 5 Garments," 2020. Unbraided, pressed and sewn worn braided rug, rug remnant 15 x 15 feet/dimensions variable. ELIZABETH DUFFY

"Wearing/Coat," 2019. Unbraided worn rug sewn into a coat, rug remnant. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Meredith Hasemann on Oct 18, 2021
Things are worn and things wear out — socks and rugs; barns and studios. The latest installation at the Arts Center at Duck Creek Farm, “Elizabeth Duffy: Wearing,” is about... more

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