Tag Archives: Research

Technical Note : 09 – cotton as a mask/stencil in dye sub printing

            Technical Note 09 – *  Using a natural fibre as a mask/stencil when dye sublimation printing – UPDATED.  Documenting technical developments discovered whilst pursuing the project Locus of the Dress   – I have been working with dye sublimation extensively in this project. In the past i have used […]

Technical Note 26 – folds and creases

Technical Note 06 – *  folds and creases in whole garment printing  Documenting technical developments discovered whilst pursuing the project Locus of the Dress   One area I have been looking at is the visual qualities of whole garment printing as opposed to flat cloth printing.  Generally the process of making textiles for fashion involves printing […]

Łódź Blouse Trilogy

   I am exhibiting  Łódź Blouse Trilogy  at the University for the Creative Arts,  Canterbury   –  Foyer Gallery from Nov 21st 2016  to 05th Jan 2017. The Lodz Blouse Trilogy explores memory and experience imbued in the clothes we wear. Through a series of interventions on blouses Goldsmith undertakes a series of acts to reveal latent matter […]

haptic/tacit

haptic/tacit THE OLD FIRE STATION GALLERY    40 GEORGE STREET    OXFORD      OX1 2AQ UNTIL 04TH MARCH 2017   haptic/tacit is a network formed between five makers and their mentors, from the 2013 cohort of the Craft’s Council’s Hothouse program for emerging makers. For this exhibition each maker has invited their mentor to show work alongside […]

Limited Edition Print – Special Price

Blouse Limited Edition Print Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle Photo Paper 43cm x 53cm Edition of 150 To accompany the exhibition Łódź Blouse Trilogy Goldsmith is exhibiting the piece   Blouse   a Limited Edition Print.  The piece is for sale at a special discounted price of £60 with free UK delivery. The original art piece, Blouse, is printed with […]

Garment Audit

I have been taking a ‘garment audit’ – taking stock of the dresses etc that I have collected, ready for printing on,  for the on-going Locus of the Dress project.  Each of the garments have individual qualities for expression – clues and signals for the inside or outside.   Hence some will be used turned […]