Textiles, Community and Controversy

The Knitting Map
 
 
Bloomsbury Visual Arts (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 24. Januar 2019
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  • 240 Seiten
 
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978-1-350-02750-3 (ISBN)
 
Taking a major textile artwork, The Knitting Map, as a central case study, this book interrogates the social, philosophical and critical issues surrounding contemporary textile art today. It explores gestures of community and controversy manifest in contemporary textile art practices, as both process and object.

Created by more than 2,000 knitters from 22 different countries, who were mostly working-class women, The Knitting Map became the subject of national controversy in Ireland. Exploring the creation of this multi-modal artwork as a key moment in Irish art history, Textiles, Community and Controversy locates the work within a context of feminist arts practice, including the work of Judy Chicago, Faith Ringold and the Guerilla Girls.

Bringing together leading art critics and textile scholars, including Lucy Lippard, Jessica Hemmings and Joanne Turney, the collection explores key issues in textile practice from gender, class and nation to technology and performance.
1. Auflage
  • Englisch
Bloomsbury UK
60 colour illus
  • 82,79 MB
978-1-350-02750-3 (9781350027503)
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Jools Gilson is Professor of Creative Practice at University College Cork, Ireland. She is a transdisciplinary artist and award-winning radio broadcaster. She directed the textile art project The Knitting Map from 2003-2005, and has written and presented on the work internationally.

Nicola Moffat is an independent scholar, poet and artist who lives and practises in Cork, Ireland. She has published articles in several journals and edited collections, and her poetry has appeared in magazines and anthologies. She is a regular contributor to Ó Bheál, Cork's longest running open mic night and to events organised in support of Fired! Irish Women Poets.
Introduction
Nicola Moffat

Chapter 1 - Navigation, nuance and half/angel's Knitting Map
Jools Gilson

Chapter 2 - The entangled map and Irish Art
Fionna Barber

Chapter 3 - The Knitting Map and the media
Rachel Andrews

Chapter 4 - Busywork: The real thing
Lucy R. Lippard

Chapter 5 - The edge of the Map
Nicola Moffat

Chapter 6 - Knitting after making: What we do with what we make
Jessica Hemmings

Chapter 7 - Textures of performance: Rethinking The Knitting Map
Róisín O'Gorman

Chapter 8 - Whereabouts uncertain: Reading subversion in half/angel's The Knitting Map in Cork, Ireland and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Deborah Barkun

Chapter 9 - On seeing, still
Bernadette Sweeney

Chapter 10 - The voices of Cork: Cartography, landscape and memory in The Knitting Map
Kieran McCarthy

Chapter 11 - Puns and needles: Reactions to The Knitting Map in 2005
Sarah Foster

Chapter 12 - Stitched up?: The Knitting Map in context
Joanne Turney

Chapter 13 - Alchemy for beginners: The Knitting Map and other primes
Richard Povell

Afterword
Jools Gilson

Endnotes
References
Index
About the authors
Contributors
Schweitzer Klassifikation

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