Category Archives: Concepts

CHROMA

Atmospheric Front installed in the Black Box (a former flower vault) at CHROMA PROJECTS : Charlottesville, VA : April 5 – May 3, 2013

CHROMA

Atmospheric Front installed in the Black Box (a former flower vault) at CHROMA PROJECTS : Charlottesville, VA : April 5 – May 3, 2013

Installed!

View of the installation at FLASHPOINT : July 20 – August 18, 2012.  Photos by Brandon Webster

Installed!

View of the installation at FLASHPOINT : July 20 – August 18, 2012.  Photos by Brandon Webster

Craftwork

“How do people improve their skills?” A fascinating and thoughtful discussion on the nature of craft and skill between sociologist Richard Sennett, artist Grayson Perry and host Laurie Taylor of BBC Radio 4.  Sennett argues that contrary to the popular

Craftwork

“How do people improve their skills?” A fascinating and thoughtful discussion on the nature of craft and skill between sociologist Richard Sennett, artist Grayson Perry and host Laurie Taylor of BBC Radio 4.  Sennett argues that contrary to the popular

Knitting ourselves

Our knitting continues; carrying evidence of tension, slack, loss and different degrees of stress. Made in solitude or with others, we’re constantly aware of the size of the stitch, the remains of our skein and the weight of the needle.

Knitting ourselves

Our knitting continues; carrying evidence of tension, slack, loss and different degrees of stress. Made in solitude or with others, we’re constantly aware of the size of the stitch, the remains of our skein and the weight of the needle.

Making is thinking

More discussions with friends and collaborators about our developing work resulted in some great recommendations for reading material and precedents.  We look forward to reading The Craftsman by Richard Sennett (thanks, Rosana!).  For a good intro synopsis, here’s a link

Making is thinking

More discussions with friends and collaborators about our developing work resulted in some great recommendations for reading material and precedents.  We look forward to reading The Craftsman by Richard Sennett (thanks, Rosana!).  For a good intro synopsis, here’s a link