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Sam Meech presents Unique Editions exhibition at Rogue Artists’ Studios

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An exhibition of knitworks and knitwear by Sam Meech and Unique Knitwear Ltd

By Zarina Akhtar


Sam Meech has created a personal exhibition that combines different aspects of production together, resulting in a thoughtful and intimate exhibition.

The most fascinating aspect of his exhibition are the knitwear portraits. The portraits were produced using a variety of technological methods, and the final result is a melding of traditional and modern. They also reflect that sense of intimacy that Sam developed with the workers of the knitwear factories, hence their faces as art.

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Unique Editions is running from the 3rd-13th November at Rogue Project Space (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 12-6pm).

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