Black and white is classic and can be quite beautiful, but there’s something about a burst of color that has the ability to surge a wide range of emotions. Kansas City-based artist Anne Lindberg works with multicolored thread to create radiant installations that are a feast for the senses. Each site-specific installation uses several miles of thread, whose ends are stapled to the walls of the space. Though the artist doesn’t normally maintain a record of her thread use, she kept track of it for one of her pieces titled raume yellow and found that over 25 miles of Egyptian cotton thread was used.
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Anonymous asked: biggest regret?
Not being as outgoing as I could have been in many times in my life. Also, caring and giving so much to people who didn’t care for me at all back.