Exhibition Crawl: Manchester Craft & Design Centre

Magic Carpet

The ‘Magic Carpet’ exhibition by Dr Kai Syng Tan, showcases a large-scale tapestry which was digitally hand drawn and then woven by machine. The tapestry, made by digitally woven wool and cotton, focuses on the idea of neurodiversity, ADHD and mind-wandering and portrays the artist’s restless and busy mind.

The piece was woven at Flanders Tapestry and the process took ten weeks to complete.

Published by Hannah Hitchens

Hi! I'm currently studying Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Manchester School of Art. I hope to go on to do a BA in fashion.

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