Can you knit a blog?

August 18, 2008 at 2:38 pm 1 comment

Can you knit a blog? No, or so it would seem until recently that is when the knitted terrorists gave it a go.

A knitted blog on display in a gallery in London

A knitted blog - Klog?


The result is now on display at HTTP, a new media art gallery in London as part of the Open Source Embroidery show.

And what is the connection with me? Well it was I who suggested the idea rather casually some time ago, aided by zero knowledge of knitting and a slim grip on reality.  Easier said than done?  However, the Knitted Terrorists took it on utilizing their closely-knit (I thank you) international community of knitters.

The result is: a story? a cronological narrative? a bunch of knitted thoughts? An impractical piece of clothing or an artristic work that easily betters Tracy Emin’s tent for frank insight? You’ll have to decide.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. glittrgirl  |  January 23, 2009 at 11:27 am

    It’s definitely art.

    Reply

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