to be in Clinton, New Jersey, U.S.A! Well, more specifically at the Hunterdon Museum, where at present there is an exhibition of weavings, including the wondrous work of Wlodzimierz Cygan. The image above is from their website.
I have been entranced by his pieces for some years now, and have always had a strong desire to see them for real. I love the way that he works off the conventional rectangle, as shown here:
Both of the above images come from here. Even incomplete I find that his work is beautiful. And now he is working with fibre optics - another longing of mine. (Ah, if we had but more than one lifetime!) Cygan was inspired by the work of Astrid Kogh, and many of his glowing pieces can be seen on his website.
Taken from here.
A small consolation - as ever, sigh - is that there is to be a book, Contemporary International Tapestry soon (a deal kinder both to the planet and my pocket, but there is still the longing to see the work for real).