Fiber sculpture is a form of three-dimensional art that involves creating sculptures using natural or synthetic fibers such as wool, cotton, silk, or synthetic fibers. The artist can use a variety of techniques to manipulate the fibers, including weaving, knitting, crocheting, braiding, and felting. Once the sculpture is formed, it can be further enhanced with dyeing, painting, or other surface treatments. Fiber sculptures can range in size from small to large installations and can take on many different forms, from realistic depictions of people and animals to abstract shapes and designs. Fiber sculpture has a rich history in many cultures around the world, and today it is a popular medium for artists exploring themes of identity, memory, and social justice. Fiber sculptures can be found in art galleries, museums, and public spaces, and they continue to inspire new generations of artists to push the boundaries of this versatile and expressive medium.

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