Tanvi Kant works at the convergence of line and structure signified by fibre and metal. Her work translates traditional textile structures and meanings into new narratives. Her binding and modular frames of reference communicate a cultural language of symbolic meaning, enquiry and representation. Symbol, reappropriation and psychological narrative are inherent in Kant’s work. See The Geometrics: Volume 1 and 2 for further details on her making process.
Recent exhibitions include Interlace at Nottingham Castle, Origin and Treasure at the Tower of London.