Norma Slabbert is a writer and quiltmaker from New Zealand. Her quilts are a documentation of our time. They represent the life she lives and the things she cares about. As a journalist and migrant, her work often reflects on the realities of daily life, emotional truths, comings and goings, isolation, belonging, place and displacement, and the space between.
When home was a place where we worked the soil and planted flowers
Retail Price: NFS
Dimensions: 130×160 cm (H x W)
Statement: Reflecting on our current moment. As the world is changing, so is our idea of home and place.