March 9, 2012
urbanoactivo:

Knit Cambridge, Ontario. Knitting has become popular as an urban community action in recent years.  We admire the DIY attitude it engages in customizing cities.  It is interesting to see how this medium of intervention molds itself to the city’s surfaces and architecture in a much more invasive mode than graffiti.  We have yet to discuss what happens when it gets wet or damaged.  We also question its evolution as an artform or how does it address the spaces that it intervenes. 

urbanoactivo:

Knit Cambridge, Ontario. Knitting has become popular as an urban community action in recent years.  We admire the DIY attitude it engages in customizing cities.  It is interesting to see how this medium of intervention molds itself to the city’s surfaces and architecture in a much more invasive mode than graffiti.  We have yet to discuss what happens when it gets wet or damaged.  We also question its evolution as an artform or how does it address the spaces that it intervenes. 

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    y si la ciudad fuera de colores:)
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