Rebecca Szeto


Rebecca Szeto is a San Francisco based artist who received her B.A. from UC Berkeley in 1992. Since then, she has pursued independent studies with artist mentors and participated in residencies internationally. Szeto creates the forms featured above using  mostly felt, thread, muslin and polyfill. According to her website, these ” fragmentary forms are largely dictated by chance and automatic sewing of misshapen scrap edges, one to another. Their forms resist easy labels. There is a (dis)comfort that results from the inability to identify them within any cultural construct, and at the same moment, they draw on a freedom from narrative that speaks volumes – both literally and metaphorically – on the immaterial. The color-blocked objects shape-shift between 2D and 3D planes as you move around them.”

To see more of Szeto’s work, please visit her website.




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