Oh, I’m back to blogging, my dear friendz! Just had some cluttered weekz, and absolutely great echo after visiting Belgrade’s Napravi Me! / Make Me Festival in the middle of June. The input I’ve got there was so strong, so I needed the other way out to articulate thingz.
Short documentary Karakuri by Matthew Allard had been already widespread all around the web. It’s a movie I wanted to publish at the beginning of June, but then I had mini break… So, it’s never too late for a good dox here! Karakuri is a traditional Japanese puppet craft, actually an ancient variant of robotics.
In 2010 textile artist from Serbia Nena Skoko organized a 3rd edition of Remade Artservis workshop, opening gallery space to new art investigations on recycling and participatory creativeness. From 26th October till 1st November ladies and gents were making art on the theme Global Pop Pixel.
Body Pixel’s friend eTextile Fashionista or, as one blogger entitled her lately – Neuro Fashion artist, Lynne Bruning invites you to show your wearable technology work at the eTextile Fashion Show, which is going to be on view on 22nd of May in Fiesta Hall Stage, in San Mateo – California.
Kristin Neidlinger: Galvanic Extimacy Responder
My Slavic soul simply couldn’t resist not to post a gallery of images with crocheted artworks by amazing Polish artist Agata Olek. I’ve found Agata’s works thanks to New York based designer, photographer and blogger See Ming Lee aka SML…
SML has made a great blog post on Agata’s 100% Acrylic Art Guards at 13th Annual DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival during October in New York City… Don’t miss it! …and don’t you dare to miss his coverage of Diane Eng’s Fairytale Fashion Collection Debut at Eyebeam in February…
Thank You for Your Visit, Have a Nice Day (Wearable Sculpture)
by Agata Olek, Art in Odd Places 2009: SIGN, New York City
Photo by See-ming Lee SML (cc)