Professor Irene Barberis at Canterbury – Tapestry of Light
The Canterbury Cathedral’s Chapter House is a dramatic setting for artist Irene Barberis’ glowing tapestry, The Tapestry of Light: Intersections of Illumination, immersing the viewer in a neon coloured story of war, peace and the promise of hope. This internationally significant work is a giant illuminated tapestry, spread across 14 panels, 36 metres long by 3 metres high, made from glowing fibres of threads and light especially constructed using nanoparticle technology developed at the RMIT Design Research Institute. Open 10.00-16.00 Mon-Sat, between 11 and 18 November.
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