Titled after the rural road where artist Lyn Carter lives and works, the exhibition 11th Line explores one of the most fundamental textile design elements – the stripe – and its graphic relationship to the landscape, evoking horizon lines, road grids and furrowed fields. The artist’s highly crafted sewn sculptures, drawings on paper and digitally printed fabric are poetic translations of the rhythms and patterns of personal space and vernacular architectures that are part of daily experience.
In partnership with the Textile Museum of Toronto.
Lyn Carter is an artist based near Grand Valley, Ontario. Born in Toronto in 1954, she graduated with an AOCA from the Ontario College of Art in 1978 and York University (MFA) in 1994. Lyn has exhibited across Canada, the U.S.A., Australia, Britain, Spain, Mexico and China. In 2008 she was commissioned to create a major site-specific work for the Third Guangzhou Triennial in Guangzhou, China. Most recently she was invited to exhibit in the Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art 2016, Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou, China. Lyn Carter teaches sculpture in the Art & Art History Program, a joint program between Sheridan College and the University of Toronto Mississauga.