About the Artist
Nöle Giulini (Port Townsend) received a 2005 GAP to support the research and development of a new body of work that incorporates growing Kombucha Culture and traditional felt making techniques. Funds assisted in the purchase of new materials, the cost of a felting class, as well as documentation of the project. “I seek to inquire into the nature of everyday household tools and appliances and our attempt to relate to and/or control (handle) them,” says Giulini. “I envision a process that begins with felting the exterior of these household objects and then cuts off the object so only the felt interpretation remains.”
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.