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Nov 1, 2016
Who is weaving?

Nov 9
Apocalypse Now

Nov 11
"In my case it was threads that caught me, really against my will. To work with threads seemed sissy to me. I wanted something to be conquered."
(Anni Albers, 1982)

Den här lilla vävstolen är inte enbart en leksak utan också ett redskap som lär dig de första grunderna i konsten att väva.

Nov 30
"In April 1995, a human rights group in Honduras discovered thirty-three Bangladesh workers in a free-trade zone factory, transported there by the contractor. They worked eighty hours a week for twenty cents an hour and could not leave their dormitories without permission from the company. They were sewing shirts that retailed $12.94 at Wal-Mart.

Dec 1
Notes on Liza Lou:
Narrowing - materials and labor.
This is the work it commands.
The way it is made.
Work with a lot of people = salary = paying for real-world stuff such as bills and babies being born and funerals...
Sharing stories while hands are embedded in the work.
Labor intensive, no value (?).
Look! Looks at the ground you are walking on, someone made it. Pay attention.
Love, joy.

Dec 15
Dr Drej made it! Mårten Medbo: The truth is out there

Jan 8, 2017
Jag är så trött, vill sova i tusen år, jag orkar inte läsa böcker.

Jan 13
Friday 13th, I finally wrote an Abstract!!! Celebrating by weaving on "the warp holds the world together", 4 m to go...

Jan 16
The Situated Weaver: Sjuhärad, Marks Kommun. Weaving and supporting the family

Feb 7
Maria Pineres, front and back

Feb 13
Weaving As An Artform. Basic assumptions. Invited to West Dean Symposium in April.

Feb 20
Kinesiskt tusch-måleri: inget utrymme för egna ideér, du ska kopiera din mästare - om och om igen

Feb 21
Making a stop-motion movie :)ärmavbild 2017-01-11 kl_ 12_43_35.pngärmavbild 2017-02-14 kl_ 08_11_19.png front_maria_pineres.jpgärmavbild 2017-01-29 kl_ 22_45_25.pngärmavbild 2016-12-15 kl_ 20_28_21.pngärmavbild 2017-01-16 kl_ 10_39_39.png