Hannah Kindler practice moves within different materials and disciplines, such as weaving and performance, garments and video, writing and knitting, drawing and spatial installations. With her artistic practice, Kindler aims to tell different stories, or stories of difference, based on non-hierarchical methods of knowledge production. Kindler’s work questions the socially constructed nature of values, often using textiles and other materials, to reveal the global circulation of economical, social and cultural value systems. She analyses how Western-European capitalist ideologies have an influence on our understanding of the value of materials by critically examining everyday objects and their varied social and economic deployment as actors that shape us and our social relations.
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