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What is the difference between textile art and fiber art?

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Fiber and textile both in ways establish a dialogue with the materiality used to create art.

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Tracy Jordan

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Fiber art and Textile art are basically forms Fabric Artwork. one can learn all the forms when he or she masters all the Fabric art techniques . The difference between textile art and fiber art? For the most part semantics. They are essentially something very similar despite the fact that in various topographical districts fiber art is called material art and the other way around. In a horribly broad manner, fiber may represent something progressively contemporary and applied while material could allude to plan, ethnic or authentic pieces.

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Textile art is a process of creating art using fiber made from sources like plants , animals, insects or synthetic material. Textile art is an old form of and has been found been dated back to prehistoric times. Fiber art refers to the art form that?s consists of material made from natural or synthetic fabric using components such as fabric or yarn. It prioritizes over textile art due to its aesthetic value over utility.

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