Artworks
stainless steel wire mesh
20"x20"x20"
2013
stainless steel wire mesh, fire treated
16"x16"x20"
2014
bronze wire mesh
14"x14"x18"
2011
aluminum wire mesh, barbed wire
48"x38"x10"
2014
aluminum wire mesh, barbed wire
48"x38"x8"
2014
stainless steel wire mesh
10"w x 8"d x 14"h
2013
stainless steel wire mesh
18"x18"x12"
2013
stainless steel mesh
24"w x 38"h x 24"d
2016
stainless steel wire mesh
16' x 14' x 8"
2016
stainless steel mesh
10"w x 12"h x 10"d
2016
Wire, Paper pulp
28"w x 14"d x 12"h
2018
Wire, beads, #mixed media
60"w x 45"h x 8"d
2018
Wire, wood chairs
28"w x 36"h x 90"d
2019
stainless steel wire mesh
variable
2019
pillowcases
6'w x 4'h x 1'd
2019

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  • kristi swee kuder updated the Artwork Restless
  • kristi kuder updated the Artwork As I Sit I Knit
  • kristi kuder updated the Artwork Power Surge
  • kristi kuder updated the Event Down to the Wire
    June 7, 5-7 pm - Opening Reception with Artist Talk at 6 pm Time finds a record within the materials Kristi Kuder uses by incorporating repetition into process. Her work is the result of a laborious means. Using eyebrow tweezers, Kuder deconstructs wire mesh. Thread by thread. This repetitive act is both meditative and obsessive and is an act of constructive thinking and deconstructive speculation. By breaking down the familiar and moving it to the unusual, Ms Kuder creates sculpture that…
  • kristi kuder updated the Artwork Pannier
  • Memories form the basis on which our standards, belief systems, attitudes and expectations exist. We incorporate our memories into our unconscious mind’s database and unknowingly reference them as we live our lives. Eight artists who are members of the Surface Design Association asked people close to them to recall signature moments in their lives. The interviews then inspired new works in a wide range of fiber media. These pieces will be in a Minneapolis College of Art and Design Gallery exhi…
  • Memories form the basis on which our standards, belief systems, attitudes and expectations exist. We incorporate our memories into our unconscious mind’s database and unknowingly reference them as we live our lives. Eight artists who are members of the Surface Design Association asked people close to them to recall signature moments in their lives. The interviews then inspired new works in a wide range of fiber media. These pieces will be in a Minneapolis College of Art and Design Gallery exhi…
  • This exhibition is the culmination of seven months of work by four Jerome Fiber Artist grantees - Susan Hensel, Kristi Kuder, Allison Roberts and Julie Sirek. Using various fiber-related techniques including screen printing, joomchi, embroidery, and wire mesh work, these artists address issues such as mental illness in the family, Minnesota's vanishing natural habitat, domestic violence, and the role of women's workplace attire. Gallery Hours: 10am-4pm Monday - Friday or by appointment
  • This exhibition is the culmination of seven months of work by four Jerome Fiber Artist grantees - Susan Hensel, Kristi Kuder, Allison Roberts and Julie Sirek. Using various fiber-related techniques including screen printing, joomchi, embroidery, and wire mesh work, these artists address issues such as mental illness in the family, Minnesota's vanishing natural habitat, domestic violence, and the role of women's workplace attire. Gallery Hours: 10am-4pm Monday - Friday or by appointment