Invisible Threads by Zarah Hussain - Saturday 16th June 2018 - Saturday 15th September 2018

Exhibition - The Silk Museum

Invisible Threads by Zarah Hussain

Macclesfield-born artist Zarah Hussain has created a new light sculpture, Invisible Threads, for the Barnaby Festival.

Enter a darkened room and be surrounded by patterns and light; the sculpture’s 3D shapes and colour-changing LED lights make it an immersive and exciting experience.

The installation also features a soundscape which includes audio recorded at Paradise Mill.


Park Lane, Macclesfield SK11 6TJ


01625 612045

Visiting times

Monday-Saturday, 10am-4pm
Also open on Sunday 17 June, 10am-4pm


The exhibition is free to visit during the Barnaby Festival (every day from Saturday 16 to Saturday 23 June, including Sunday 17 June). Charges apply to visit the rest of The Silk Museum.

From Monday 25 June to Saturday 15 September, admission will be included in the entry price to The Silk Museum, or you can visit just the Special Exhibition for £2 (children free).

Visit info

Thanks to Chris Spargo and James Ridley for making this film.