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Multi Knot 2

Tanya Aguiniga

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Multi Knot 2

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Product Information

Process:
Bleached and unbleached cotton rope, unraveled, hand-dyed, weaving and macramé techniques.
Made of:
parachord/nylon string/climbing rope/bleached and unbleached cotton rope
Dimensions:
13''L x 3.5''W x 54''H
Color/finish:
multi
Care:
Spot clean with a toothbrush and Woolite.

Why We Love This

This wall hanging was handmade in cotton rope that was unraveled and hand-dyed in the LA studio. The Multi Knot wall hanging begins with a cotton rope knotted structure. It includes a gray and black variegated-dyed rope fringe and is detailed with parachord, nylon string and climbing rope.

About Tanya Aguiniga

Tanya Aguiñiga (b.1978) is an LA-based furniture designer/maker raised in Tijuana, Mexico. Tanya’s work is informed by border experiences: the interconnectedness of societies, the beauty in struggle and the celebration of culture. She has also dedicated much of her time to using art as a vehicle for community empowerment. She has been a member of Border Art Workshop BAW/TAF, a bi-national artist collaborative for 10 years. In the US, she worked on diversifying audiences through arts education at the San Diego Museum of Art and at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum through outreach programs. She has also done a great deal of work for migrant rights through art installations across Mexico and the US.