Title: Kāpiti Kete 2/5
A series of 5 kete
Woven by Susan Barrett on Kāpiti Island
Materials: Harakeke flax sourced from Susan’s home on Kāpiti Island
Decorative materials are reused or upcycled items used to embellish the kete creating their unique character
Decsription: Susan’s grunty, one-off kete are made as functional pieces, intended for use as a storage vessel in the home
Freight: To be arrangened by email
Ode: An Ode to the Kete
Hindered by neither perfection nor expectation
Rough, rugged, loosely woven with each strand following its own pathway.
Helped by kohatu and shaped by wai sinistrals & dextrals, this way and that way.
Dancing to their own freedom
Until they become united anō