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Tie It Off & Count Again

Rowan Lynch
Rowan Lynch
Textile, Theory, Interview, Poetry

“Weaving is one of the oldest technologies, but this statement fails to describe the intimacy that exists between these terms. Though this connection is neglected inside of hierarchies that reject the historicization of a practice with an embedded relationship to femininity, labour, and craft, it is a link that can be glimpsed sedimented within the linguistic biography of the word technology itself. Teks, the Proto-Indo-European root of the english word technology, means to weave. In a space where they have not yet deviated, framing weaving as a technology becomes redundant.”

Tie It Off & Count Again
Curator: Rowan Lynch

With Contributions by:
Vida Beyer
Sophia Borowska
Ronnie Clarke
Benjamin de Boer
Elizabeth Johnson
Jiachen Liu
Soledad Muñoz
Maria Jose Murillo
Gabriel Soligo
Lucy Pauker
Shaheer Zazai

Softcover, 47 pages, perfect bound

This publication accompanied an exhibition of the same name featuring textile work by women and non-binary artists including:
Vida Beyer
Cat Bluemke
Sophia Borowska
Adrienne Hall
Jiachen Liu
Maddie McNeely
Soledad Fatima Muñoz
Maria Jose Murillo

The exhibition occurred at the Hamilton Audio Visual Node, April 2 – 7, 2018.

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