Hannah Pang

Dream from Loom and Needle

Hannah Pang brings to the RMIT Gallery dreams from loom and needle, an opportunity to experience contemporary fabrics and designs using the ancient Chinese silk weaving technique of Kesi or cut silk.

Art Exhibition previously on at RMIT Gallery in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 30 October 2008 to Saturday 22 November 2008
Launch Wednesday 29 October 2008, Opening: 6-8pm Gallery Hours: Mon-fri 11am -5pm, Sat 2-5pm

 Kesi shawl (detail) image

Published by RMIT Gallery on Monday 20 October 2008.
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Hannah Pang has always been an innovator and her work with leather in Hong Kong in the “70s and “80s selling attracted the eye of designers including Gianni Versace and Issey Miyake. She lives between Australia and the centre for Kesi, Suzhou in China, where it has been woven since the Hang Dynasty ( 206BC – 220AD). Dreams from loom and needle also includes fine examples of fabric and garments using Shibori and Chinese embroidery.


RMIT Gallery
344 Swanston Street
Melbourne 3000