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The workshop aims to create a balaclava designed to enhance listening and speaking. The only holes will be for the ears and the mouth. On the balaclava will be slogans-illustrations printed by silkscreen.

The practice of knitting collectively creates a context in which stories are shared and tales invented. The balaclavas become ‘textile books’, with the autobiographical narratives of the participants, which, once completed, will be made available to visitors to the Oral Museum of the Revolution.

Knitting listening, knitting speech

Programme

29 NOVEMBER AND 2 DECEMBER, FROM 10 AM TO 2 PM

Coordinated by: Jessica de Costureras salvajes and Diego G. of the PEI
MACBA Room 0
Free
15 places.

MACBA Public Programs
Tel. 93 481 33 58
pei [at] macba [dot] cat
While there are ideas about psychological and emotional developmental processes held within the sculptures I make, the things themselves are actual physical explorations into thinking, feeling, communicating and relating.
Karla Black