. NEW MEXICO FIBER ARTIST ERIC-PAUL RIEGE SEES LIFE AS A LOOM « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NEWS – “I feel like it’s important when I talk about my practice to introduce my hands first,” Eric-Paul Riege said as he held up his long-fingered, tattooed hands to the screen, flipping his palms first toward, then away from the camera. Riege was calling from his home in Gallup, New Mexico, where he grew up, close to the Arizona border and the Navajo Nation reservation. “My hands knew what they were supposed to do before my body did,” he added. The artist is Diné/Navajo, and comes from a long line of weavers and makers.

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