While I wait to hear about my dissertation from UNB, I have been spending time with my children at my husband’s family cottage near Fredericton. The weather here is hot and my children are happy that I am no longer married to my computer. We’re playing, “frogging”, swimming, snacking, and I knit on my finalContinue reading “A long, hot knit to (the) finish!”
On and on I sew… There has been a delay in my PhD defence at the University of New Brunswick this week. The delay is not one that I expected but, I have great respect for the process and so (sew) I am continuing to work on. The written component of my dissertation was submittedContinue reading “Work-on..”
Femaffect (2017) Danielle Hogan approx. 2.75′ x 1′ Gedifra Morella yarn, acrylic yarn Image ©Danielle Hogan
This is a new body of work that I’ve made in clay. It responds to the feminist theorist’s responsibility to fill in the gaps within academic research – to make visible that which has been historically overlooked. I want to make visible some of ‘the gaps’ the textile research. These piece speak to invisibleContinue reading “Just Making It (Visible)”
‘Qey Fredericton, I am immensely proud to be a participating artist in this Canada 150 project with Solo Chicken Productions, Lisa Anne Ross Samaqani Cocahq, Ryan Griffith and many others. My project seeks to honour the tremendous life’s work of our Wolastoqey Senator Sandra Lovelace Nicholas. Woliwon! Hope to see you at The Bridge inContinue reading “The Bridge”
..exactly what it feels like to write a dissertation. (*a visual essay in self-portraits).