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From Farm to Craft Table
“Wool is outright feral - one step away from the animal that has been wandering the landscape in the rain and wind, The felting process begins with their wool and involves layering fibers, adding soap and warm water, and with rolling and rubbing it shape-shifts into a form of art. Alexandra Adamo recognized the potential of this several thousand-year-old craft as a way to connect young people to the non-person animals we share this planet with. The disconnection we have with our natural heritage is a peculiar form of spiritual poverty that this project powerfully addresses. Thank you, Alexandra, for the opportunity to teach such an inspired soul the art of felting.”
Public Installations in Cambridge, MA
Dance Complex 30th Anniversary Celebration. Central Square, MA
Stationed on Winthrop Street, Palmer Street, and Mifflin Place in Harvard Square, MA. (approximately 6’/each)
Worked with Cambridge Public Space Lab, Cambridge Development Department, and Neighborways to implement 2021 style guidelines into public spaces through urban landscaping and muraling.
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