A curtain made from teabags hangs around the outside of the image. It surrounds many cushions and pillows also made from tea bags piled on the floor.
Lots of fluffy blue threads are visible on a fabric square stitched to look like a Post It note.
A sculpture made from teabags and their strings sits on a table. It is a teardrop shape with the strings poking in every direction around it.


• Exhibition
South Australia • World Premiere

This multi-disciplinary exhibition is the outcome of a collaborative project between visual artist, Donna Gordge, and performance poet, Caroline Reid. They have responded to each other's creative practice in an exploration of parental loss and grief.

Participants may choose to enter a reflective space to share a one-on-one participatory experience with the artist throughout the day on 19th, 25th, 26th Feb and 4th, 5th, 12th Mar. 

Caroline Reid will perform poetry which has informed and developed from the project at 11.30am on 19th, 26th of Feb, and 5th of March, with an evening performance on Thursday 2nd March at 7.30pm. 

Presented by: Donna Gordge

Adelaide visual artist, Donna Gordge, uses found objects and textiles to produce sculpture and installation-based artwork.

A Tactile Tour will also take place at 10.30am on 5th Mar. Bookings through stitchpaintburn@outlook.com