Finding Peace in Feeling Small with Agnes Hansella

Self taught Indonesian artist Agnes Hansella (b. 1992 in Banjarmasin, Indonesia) is on a mission to make humans feel small and to make us understand how we are all connected to each other. Sometimes overwhelmed by the fast pace of today’s digital world, the technique of Macramé helps the artist to remember to breathe and to immerse herself in things she can control.

In her interview with Suboart Magazine, Agnes talks about how Macramé found her in 2016, her most recent body of work, and how feeling small helps her to remind that we’re all just part of one ecosystem.

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