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FEEDBACK FRIDAY: Weaver + Climate Activist Tali Weinberg - Shared screen with speaker view
Betsy MacIsaac
40:49
not seeing everyone
Katherine Matos-Gonzalez
41:02
loved that song! this is my first FbF!
Wholisticmidwife Sam Evans
41:19
Welcome Katherine MG!
Angela Adams
41:25
Yay, Brece!!!
Michelle Gannes
41:39
yeah, i'll have to leave early today, so I hope we'll be able to see the recording of session #33 later!
Patricia Massie
41:48
I lost sound?
Wholisticmidwife Sam Evans
42:13
Patricia I can hear so you may need to rejoin reboot etc.
Patricia Massie
42:29
got it, thx!
Michelle Gannes
42:44
my sisters name is Tali. Is your take on it Hebrew for dewdrop from heaven?
Katie Smith
42:54
yes! love them! I had them last thanksgiving!
Phyllis Goodman
43:08
Yes- they are good!
brece honeycutt
01:16:54
We are ready for your comments and questions
georganne alex
01:16:59
Beautiful and thoughtful work!
Lizz Aston
01:17:07
That was so incredible and thought provoking - thank you!
Jeffifer Shoemaker
01:17:10
Incredible. Thanks so much.
Kathryn Hardage
01:17:11
Such incredibly responsive work.
Cydni Carter
01:17:11
How do you decide what patterns and colors to use? Is it directs connected to the data or just about the colors and patterns you like?
Ruth Crump
01:17:16
Thank you! This work is so amazing!
Karin McEwan
01:17:43
Do you do all those last weaving "diagrams" by hand? They are fantastic!
Michelle Glass
01:17:45
Thank you so much for sharing your work, it is beautiful and informative!
barbara putnam
01:17:47
Can you tale bait about where you find your data, and how you translate a spread sheet into warp and weft?
Beth Rentsch
01:17:49
what draft did you use on the earth/ocean duo. is it a type of Leno?
mariel solomon
01:18:05
Can you describe the way the data is represented visually in more detail?
Tina Limpert
01:18:52
Very moving. TY. In addition to NOAA data, do you have a set(s) of literature that inform your work?
Beth Rentsch
01:18:58
what type of loom do you weave on
Lorraine Nielsen
01:19:05
Stunning, devastating, inspiring. Thank you for sharing the intimacy of your work, Tali!
Ann Baka
01:20:20
Breathtaking, thank you!
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:20:37
Wow, I am speechless, that’s absolutely amazing, so inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing your journey and work, Tali
Patricia Massie
01:20:39
where are you living now?
Hilary Baker
01:22:20
love your color narrative I am so inspired and wowed by your work! I also was very relieved that you had help completing the floor sculpture. How do you get your hands on the medical tubing?
Kathy Hattori
01:22:38
Have you shared your work with climate scientists? What was their response?
Kathleen Blakistone
01:23:01
Do you see potential in mapping climate solutions… such as carbon farming or other?
Judy Smith
01:23:11
What media are you using for your drawings? The are incredible!!
Joyce Hayes
01:23:41
What materials are you using for your drawings. Ink, paint?
Christine LoFaso
01:26:51
Your work is first and foremost beautiful, which I find belies the data source for the work. For this reason I’m more drawn to the drawing than the weaving for its forcefulness. What do you want your audience to take away from the experience of your work?
Gwen Sanderson
01:27:13
It's interesting that you made the point you are from a family of scientists and mathematicians and you worked in social justice …. did you have an art training and did you learn textiles specifically? Political weaving... I'm so glad to heve hear your story
Karin McEwan
01:27:42
As others have said, your work is stunning and wonderful. It evokes a wide variety of emotions for me. I assume it does for you too. What inspires you to keep doing this work? How do you find the energy to keep moving this work forward?
barbara putnam
01:29:24
I had difficulty wit my computer and so joined this incredible talk late. So interesting to me so I look forward to seeing the recording. Thanks you
Peggy Dlugos
01:31:21
wonderful presentation
yonat michaelov
01:32:15
powerful subject, thanks for bringing up in such a bold uncompromising way.
Rena Detrixhe
01:32:18
So thoughtful, moving and deeply honest, as always, Tali. Thank you for your creativity, vulnerability and strength.
Helen Thompson
01:32:37
Your work takes my breath away!!
Nomi Kleinman
01:32:46
Thank you for sharing your thoughtful and beautiful work. Very authentic.
Gwen Sanderson
01:34:29
do people buy your work? How do you sustain yourself if that is not too pertinent a question?
Kathleen Blakistone
01:34:39
We need this kind of fearless art - appreciate your commitment to justice.
Nancy Ferro
01:35:02
Your attachment to and reflection of your surroundings is inspiring. In my mind you are interwoven with your environment.
brece honeycutt
01:36:34
nformation about Tali’s work:- Small works available for purchase on my website (puzzles, drawings)- Venmo: @tali-w - Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/taliweinberg - Sign up for newsletter to learn about future exhibitions, workshops, talks, projects.
Ruth Crump
01:38:30
Love the puzzles! Really allows for focus on the subject being "put together!"
Debbie Bamford
01:38:43
very thought provoking - thank you for sharing.
Sharon Hamlin
01:38:57
What an incredible way to communicate environmental issues. Statistics are difficult for many people to interpret, presenting in your artistic visual way is absolutely brilliant!
Betty Eilat
01:39:05
thank you so much!
Darryla Green
01:39:30
Thank you-wonderful
Lizz Aston
01:39:46
Yessss Melonie Ancheta!!!
Jan Quarles
01:39:53
Thanks! This was wonderful,
Katie Smith
01:40:07
This was so insightful--thank you!
Tacey Miller
01:40:09
amazingly beautiful and provocative work. And welcome back to Champaign-Urbana.
Catherine Cross Tsintzos
01:40:13
Good work. Thank you for your time.
Kerstin Zurbrigg
01:40:17
Thank you so much Tali—so inspiring thoughtful—very much appreciate your time and care in bringing your thoughts to us.