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Traditional motifs and the slow processes of woodblock printing, lino cutting, risograph, katazome stencil printing and drypoint are employed to communicate new narratives. Katazome stencils gifted to Ellie when she lived in Fukushima resonate on a deeper level following the earthquake of 2011. Decorative details found in the interiors of largely forgotten buildings or in the remnants of a past textile tradition assume new meanings when re-examined and placed in new contexts.
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