photograph by Mark Chapman (2016)
Recently an in-depth article on my work, written by Dr. Theo Sonnekus, appeared in an academic journal: De Arte with the title:
“Against Ordentlikheid Disobedient Femininities in Selected Embroideries by Hannalie Taute”
herewith a link to the article (limited access): https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/ASPCMTXBWDXGPTIRE5US/full?target=10.1080/00043389.2019.1631552
Exciting times, so I thought I’ll share it with you.
Best wishes for a great weekend.
I’m very excited to share this link with you….
A background story just before my solo exhibition #Cross my heart: coming soon…..enjoy!
In 2011 I fell in love with erasing words in old books to create new meanings…
Lord of the lies- altered book
For my ‘Skeidingsangs’ exhibition in 2011, a friend gave me the delightful book: Woman wedlock and the world.
I wanted to do something special with this book…
Recently I decided to rekindle the love for taking words away in order for new meanings to surface.
A few weeks ago I read that there is actually a term for what I like doing: Erasure poetry.
If you are interested in this kind of poetry I also suggest to read more about it here
“To erase is to write, style is the consequence of a writer’s omissions, and the writer is always plural. To erase is to leave something else behind.” This quote is from the gwarlingo blog. (I can highly recommend this aforementioned site- a delight!)
So I’m posting an erased poem everyday on twitter….
there will be 45 of them.
Having fun with words.