Woman’s Work Is Never Done – The National Trust, Quarry Bank, Jan-Apr 2017. A micro commission which encompassed research into the lives of the woman associated with the mill in the 18th and 19th century.
A textile and film installation that was part of a new museum exhibition celebrating the lives of the women. The victorian clothes were embroidered with old sayings relating to women’s everyday work.
Click on a photo to view the gallery.
See the work in situ here.
Go to Quarry Bank’s project page here.