jennifer chen-su huang x BUDDY MFG Dinnerware

jennifer chen-su huang

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BUDDY MFG presents a limited edition series of hand woven runner and plate sets created by Jennifer Chen-Su Huang at GnarWare Workshop. Using skills from her apprenticeship with Atayal weavers in Taiwan, Huang has created table runners paired with hand built and glazed plates with impressions from traditional weavings mirroring her own textiles.
Dimensions: Runner: Satsuma: 44 × 10” / Chili Mango: 55 × 11” / Peony: 60 × 9" / Garfield Park: 57 × 9" / Harrison Park: 53 × 10.5" / Promontory Point: 34 × 11" ; Plate: 9” diameter; Serving platter: 10”
Materials: Warp: Hand-dyed pink cotton thread and linen and cotton thread Weft: Cotton thread, Plates: Glazed ceramic

jennifer chen-su huang
(Pilsen & New York)

Huangis an artist and writer whose process-driven works interweave elements of craft tradition, language, history, and
memoir. She is a 2021 Luminarts Fellow and an artist-in-residence at Chicago Artists Coalition's HATCH program. In 2017-2018, Jennifer completed a Fulbright Fellowship in Taiwan, where she was a Research Fellow with the Ethnology Department at National Chengchi University, as well as a Visiting Artist at Tainan National University of the Arts. She graduated with her MFA in Fiber and Material Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received her BA from the University of California, Berkeley. She is currently an editor for the Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of World Textiles to be published in 2023 and a graduate student at New York University, where she is examining
textile traditions through the lens of Performance Studies.

GnarWare Workshop

GnarWare is a Chicago based ceramics studio founded in 2017 by Liz McCarthy. This space is dedicated to
providing studios, workshops, and drop-in tutorials to help artists and hobbyists work through ideas. GnarWare is
committed to material and conceptual experimentation as a workshop and community gathering place. GnarWare
encourages conversations around developing skills and de-skilling developments.