86. Art in an Age of Uncertainty. Sandra Sawatzky. Alberta, Ontario. 05/26/22


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Using embroidery to review our collective history and explore important societal issues, like bitumen, inequality, resource scarcity, & science/technology, Sandra joins Dave to talk about Art in the Age of 'Uncertainty. Dave was blown away by her work Black Gold Tapestry which is a 67 metre historical account of bitumen. Sandra followed it up with Age of Uncertainty which was completed during lockdown. Age of Uncertainty address 12 serious issues challenging humanity using drolleries and powerful quotes Sandra has demonstrated the power of embroidery. Check out her powerful stiches while listening!

Age of Uncertainty

Black Gold Tapestry
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