Sarah Zapata

Sarah Zapata makes work using time-consuming and labor-intensive processes such as handweaving, rope coiling, latch-hooking, and sewing to produce large-scale works that explore the feminine, the fetishized, and the handmade. Since August, she’s been working on an interactive installation at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York as part of the exhibition series “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field,” on view through October 15.

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